Subject: SANDBACH FAIR – MANAGING ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR
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Liz Biddle (Police, Community Engagement Officer, Chesh Engagement Unit)
The Sandbach Fair will be in town this coming weekend 23 – 26 September
Several young people were stopped by Cheshire Constabulary last year during the Sandbach Wakes Fair. As a result of their behaviour they were issued with a dispersal notice which banned them from the area for up to 48hours.
These notices are issued when Anti-social behavior is at such a point that it is deemed necessary to ban them from the locality for this period. Failure to comply with this order could result in the person being arrested.
Cheshire Police and The Safer Cheshire East Partnership treat all incidents of Anti-Social Behaviour seriously, especially where the quality of life of others is affected. The Partnership agencies will be monitoring incidents with a view to taking appropriate action.
We would also appreciate the assistance of the community, where you have an opportunity to influence young people, to remind them NOT to engage in any sort of Anti-Social Behaviour at this years’ event.
The event is for everyone’s enjoyment and shouldn’t be affected by the behaviour of the minority.
There will be a police presence at this event, with a zero tolerance approach to unacceptable behaviour.