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Dispersal Order in Place for Central Redcar

Alert message sent 06/09/2019 16:04:00

Information sent on behalf of Cleveland Police

Officers from Redcar and Cleveland’s Neighbourhood Team have been working extremely hard to tackle issues of antisocial behaviour in the central area of Redcar.

From 5pm tonight, Friday 6th September to Sunday 8th September at 5pm, a dispersal order will be put in place for the following streets: Esplanade, Newcomen Terrace, Lobster Road , Coatham Road , Trafalgar Terrace , Locke Road, A1085, West Dyke Road (to the junction of Easson Road & across the racecourse to Aske Road, Redcar Lane and the Esplanade.

Anyone involved in, or believed is likely to become involved in any ASB, can be directed to leave the area immediately by an Officer, PCSOs and Special Constables.

Failing to leave the area, or returning to it during the order can lead to an arrest.

Acting Inspector Chris Keightley said: “The dispersal order has been put in place to prevent further issues with ASB, and although there has been a slight decrease with these issues since the children have gone back to school, it is still important that we continue to try and tackle and prevent the issues with ASB.

“It is sad that a small minority of youths can cause so much disruption and upset in a community and the dispersal order is a clear message that this behaviour will not be tolerated. Anyone caught being involved in any type of antisocial behaviour will be dealt with appropriately which could lead to a criminal record.”

If you see officers patrolling the area, please feel free to approach them for a chat if you have any concerns or issues to raise or if you would just like to say hello.

If you have any information regarding anti-social behaviour in this area, please call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or

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Amy Ridden (Police, Corporate Comms, Cleveland)

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