Reminder of (PSPOs) in St Ives after reports of anti-social driving in the town
- Credit: Cambridgeshire Police
There have been reports of anti-social driving within St Ives.
Due to this, Cambridgeshire Police have issued a reminder about the three-year public spaces protection order (PSPO) in place for parts of the town.
The (PSPO) went live in February last year to reduce general, vehicle and night-time related anti-social behaviour.
They are asking the public to take a look at where these spaces are on the map.
In a tweet by Huntingdonshire Police they said: “Did you know that there is a three-year Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in place in parts of St Ives?
"The (PSPO) went live in February last year to reduce general, vehicle and night-time related anti-social behaviour.
“We’ve recently had reports of anti-social driving in the town and would like to remind people of the order.
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“Please take a look at the PSPO as failing to comply with it could result in a fine or fixed penalty notice.”