Control of dogs and consumption of alcohol consultation

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Control of dogs and consumption of alcohol consultation

Cheshire West Council is currently undertaking a consultation in relation to the control of dogs and the consumption of alcohol.

Background
In October 2014, the Anti-social Behaviour Crime & Policing Act 2014 (the Act) introduced new powers relevant to tackling Anti-Social Behaviour.
In addition, the Act makes changes to existing legislation and Cheshire West and Chester Council is required to review existing Orders that were made under previous legislation, and replace them with Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs).

PSPOs can be used to regulate activities in particular public places that can have a detrimental effect on the local community.

They can help by giving local councils and local police additional powers to tackle anti-social behaviour in specific locations.

The consultation can be accessed here

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