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A number of initiatives can assist in reducing alcohol-related crime and disorder. Some of these can be implemented by Council.
Redesigning ‘hot spots’ for anti-social behaviour. For example, removing park benches in areas where people are known to linger and cause nuisance
Developing more effective solutions to ensure access to services are available to assist those with persistent alcohol issues
Police using existing legislation to fine people who behave in a disorderly or threatening manner, use indecent or obscene words, fight in a public place, obstruct a public way, indecently expose themselves, damage property or vegetation, or excrete in a public place. They can also take an intoxicated person home or detain them until they cease to be intoxicated
Council increasing its monitoring for compliance of licensed premises
Council restricting the number of premises that can sell alcohol and/or where they are located
Thanks for having your say! Consultation has now finished. We'll be in touch with an adopted plan in August.