Bank holiday Monday dispersal order in place for Chesterfield
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A dispersal order has been put in place for bank holiday Monday in Chesterfield following concerns that there may be an increase in anti-social behaviour.
May Day events in the town centre and the Chesterfield FC home fixture against Stockport may make for a busier than normal bank holiday in the area.
The order will take place between 7am and midnight tomorrow (Monday 2 May) and is designed to help keep people safe and prevent crime and disorder.
Officers will have additional powers to disperse people from area pictured, which includes the town centre, the A61 corridor to Whittington Moor and the Technique Stadium, Stonegravels and parts of Newbold and Tapton.
They can also impose short-term bans on individuals returning to a specified area, and children aged 16 or under can be removed to their home address or a place of safety.
Anyone who is experiencing anti-social behaviour should contact us on the non-emergency details below, except in an emergency, when you should dial 999.
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