Is there a recurring problem causing a nuisance in your neighbourhood? Is this making it harder for you to use and enjoy public spaces?
Tell us so we can tackle these issues. Your feedback will help shape the renewal of the borough’s Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) that give council key workers and the police the powers to crack down on anti-social behaviour.
There are three PSPOs currently in place in Brent. Each has varying rules and applies to different areas but includes bans on things like street drinking, littering, irresponsible dog owners, public urination and much more.
Breaching a PSPO is a criminal offence and could result in a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) of £100, increasing to up to £1,000 if it leads to prosecution.
Cllr Harbi Farah, Cabinet Member for Safer Communities & Public Protection:
“While we hope officers rarely need to use these powers, it is vital they exist so residents and visitors can feel safe and enjoy the borough.