Public spaces protection orders

Public spaces protection orders (PSPOs) allow us to work with the police to control antisocial behaviour in public places.

A PSPO imposes prohibitions or restrictions in a public place to stop people committing antisocial behaviour.

Breaking a PSPO is a criminal offence which can result in a fixed penalty notice (FPN) of £100, or a fine of up to £1,000 if prosecuted.

Current PSPOs

Following a public consultation, the below PSPOs will be issued across Enfield from March 2021.

Summary of PSPOs in Enfield:

You should also refer to the original PSPOs in full showing the activities and areas in which each order operates:

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