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Police In East Riding Using Section 27 Notices

Published: 2nd July 2012 12:26
Police in the East Riding are clamping down on alcohol related disorderly behaviour, during this busy sporting summer. Going out with friends and family is one of life’s pleasures. We use this time to unwind, to have a drink, to celebrate, to have a laugh and to socialise, but this can often go wrong.

Police In East Riding Using Section 27 Notices

Police in the East Riding are clamping down on alcohol related disorderly behaviour, during this busy sporting summer.

Going out with friends and family is one of life's pleasures. We use this time to unwind, to have a drink, to celebrate, to have a laugh and to socialise, but this can often go wrong. Nights out can leave you in very dangerous situations like getting into a fight or causing other alcohol related disorderly behaviour.

To combat this, officers will be issuing section 27 notices. These notices allow an officer to direct a person who is either being disorderly, or if disorder is likely to occur, away from an area for 24-48 hours. If this is breached you can be arrested.

Inspector David Braysmith of Humberside Police said: "This is an exceptional summer, with events around the Olympics and Football bringing an increased amount of people into the busy town centres.

"This brings with it an increase in alcohol related disorder which officers in the East Riding do not tolerate.

"Section 27 notices are a useful tool for Police officers to use to reduce alcohol related disorder. They also act as a tool, sending out a strong message to the public that the Police have a zero tolerance around alcohol related disorder and those who participate in it, will be punished."

"We want communities to enjoy this summer of sport, but to do so responsibly by alternating between alcoholic and soft drinks, setting yourself a limit and don't try and race your friends to see who can drink the most, stick to your own pace".

If you would like any further information on responsible drinking or section 27 notices please visit the Humberside Police website: http://www.humberside.police.uk/

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