Warrnambool Police to Focus on Antisocial Behavior Through Enforcement of City Alcohol Bylaws | The standard


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This summer, Victoria Police want to see every Victorian enjoy the best coastal areas our state has to offer, but most of all, we want to see people enjoy the summer in a safe way. From the beginning of November to the end of March 2022, Operation Summersafe will see the police have a very visible presence on the foreshore of Victoria, from the Great Ocean Road to the southwest coast. For the past decade, Warrnambool Police have led Operation Summerbool – focusing on anti-social behavior and enforcing bylaws on alcohol in Lake Pertobe and beaches with foot and bike patrols . Under Warrnambool City Council regulations, the consumption of alcohol is prohibited from the seaside promenade between the Flume and the parking lot of the foreshore pavilion. In Lake Pertobe, alcohol consumption is prohibited between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. and from 10 p.m. at night until 11 a.m. daily in all areas, including the reserve on the south side of Pertobe Road. In the central business district, no one may consume or have in their possession or control alcohol other than in a sealed container, on a road or in a municipal plaza in the CBD. Residents and visitors to these areas can expect to see police proactively patrolling high-traffic areas, including beaches, parks, shopping and entertainment districts, and nearby transit hubs. Patrols will include local police supported by specialized state-based resources including the Mounted Branch, Water Police, Public Order Response Team, and the Transit Security Division. . As always, our approach will focus on community safety by maintaining public order, detecting and disrupting criminal offenses, and keeping our roads safe by performing on-board drug and alcohol testing. of the road. A police spokeswoman said police knew 2021 had been another difficult year and that many Victorians would celebrate the warmer months responsibly and drink in moderation, some without even drinking at all, however, he there were always those who chose to push their celebrations too far out of drinking frenzy. “Excessive alcohol consumption or the use of illicit substances can contribute to alcohol-related violence, risky behavior, and driving while intoxicated or impaired. This behavior is of particular concern to the police as it can harm not only the individual but also those around them, “she said.” Highway patrol officers will continue to monitor local areas and adapt their operations and general patrols to target reckless driver behavior. Traffic policing operations will continue to target driver speed, drunk driving and distraction. keep road safety in mind, be patient and be patient. careful on the road to make sure everyone gets home safely. ” Visitors to our coastal areas are reminded to respect the communities they visit, especially to be aware of noise levels. To report suspicious behavior, call the Police Assistance Line on 131 444, in an emergency always call Triple Zero (000). Acting Superintendent Sharon McCrory said police this summer wanted to see all Victorians enjoy the state’s coastal areas after a really tough year for everyone. “We will be there alongside the community to make sure everyone is enjoying the summer safely,” she said. “Every Victorian has weathered another difficult year and the police want every member of our community to have the opportunity to celebrate safely surrounded by friends, family and loved ones.” Our message to all who have an impact on them celebrating others during the warmer months is straightforward – does not condone any antisocial behavior. Respect the community you find yourself in, respect local residents, and most importantly, respect the safety of others around you. how to access our trusted content:



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