Police promise zero-tolerance on drink disorder
Police in the county are clamping down on alcohol-related disorderly behaviour, during the summer.
They will be issuing section 27 notices, which allow an officer to direct a person who is either being disorderly, or if disorder is likely to occur, away from an area for up to 48 hours.
If this is breached, they can be arrested.
Inspector David Braysmith of Humberside Police, said: "The notices are a useful tool for police officers to use to reduce alcohol-related disorder.
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"They also act as a tool, sending out a strong message to the public that the police have zero tolerance around alcohol-related disorder and those who participate in it, will be punished.
"We want communities to enjoy this summer of sport but to do so responsibly by alternating between alcoholic and soft drinks, setting yourself a limit and don't try to race your friends to see who can drink the most. Stick to your own pace."