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Norwich police initiative 'involves putting up no smoking signs'

6th November 2009 | No Smoking Signs

A police initiative in the Norwich area has taken action to crack down on anti-social behaviour by deploying no smoking signs.

The City Centre Safer Neighbourhood Team has been praised for its efforts in improving the conditions of the city's red light district, the Norwich Evening News 24 reports.

In addition to putting up no smoking signs, officers cleared rubbish and encouraged young people from the YMCA to take part in a programme of restorative justice.

Nick Suddery, an analyst with the Norfolk Police, claims that all aspects of crime and disorder have decreased since the scheme was launched.

Speaking at a meeting, he emphasised the fact that the no smoking signs and other measures have reduced the number of incidents taking place in the area.

Under the Smoke-free (Signs) Regulations, all public places, workplace and vehicles are required to display no smoking signs of at least A5 size including easily-read letters explaining that it is illegal for someone to smoke on the premises.ADNFCR-2754-ID-19447703-ADNFCR


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