On 29th September 2020 Doncasters' Cabinet resolved to vary and extend the Public Spaces Protection Order for the Town Centre for 3 years to 2023.
Doncaster Council and South Yorkshire Police have implemented a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in Doncaster town centre. The aim of the PSPO is to provide help and support to vulnerable members of the community, to address aggressive begging and deter anti-social behaviour.
The Doncaster Licensing Authority first adopted a Cumulative Impact Policy in January 2008. The area covered by the Cumulative Impact Policy was increased when the Policy was reviewed in 2016.
A look at some of the commonly received queries we get from Landlords.
What is the Safer Doncaster Partnership?
To report instances of antisocial behaviour that are currently in progress. In an emergency, always call the police on 999.
To report cable theft or suspicious activity.
To report instances of antisocial behaviour that has already happened. In an emergency, always call the police on 999.
To request a review of an anti-social behaviour case. Information will be passed on to the Community Safety Team
You can request a review of a case of antisocial behaviour that you reported to make sure that agencies have provided an appropriate response.