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Designated public places order (DPPO)

Designated Public Place Orders (DPPOs), also called Alcohol Control Areas or Controlled Drinking Areas, allow the Police or other authorised officers to confiscate alcohol in public places, or require a person to stop drinking. Failure to comply can result in arrest and/or a fine.

DPPOs are implemented to address alcohol-related crime and disorder in public places.

Section 13 of the Police and Criminal Justice Act 2001 gave council's the power to implement DPPOs in areas that suffer from alcohol-related crime and disorder. Such powers are used against street drinkers who tend to drink in public places.

Download a copy of the Council's DPPO.

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