A group of 8 youths given warning re COV 19 Breach in Glossop

Alert message sent 07/02/2021 10:00:00

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Glossop Police SNT #OpDerbsyhire

After reports of approximately 15 young people gathering in Glossop Town Centre on Saturday 6th of Feb
- 8 members of the group were located and spoken to by SNT Officers.

These 8 are now aware of the potential consequences of their gathering re breaches of COV 19 rules and the possibility of fines for their parents should they return.

2 of of the group were 14 yr old girls who were taken home by Officers and spoken to in front of their parents.

7 of the young people spoken too this evening were from the Hattersley and Hyde areas.

Officers continue to apply the four step escalation process

Engage ✅
Explain ✅
Encourage and only✅
Enforce as a last resort ✅

It is hoped that the first three steps used and applied by Officers last night will ensure and prevent the last step being needed.

Parents ensure you know where your children are and what they are doing.
It is you as parents that will pay any fines for their breaches.
Remember to stay safe and stick to the rules.
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Brian Buller (Police, PCSO, High Peak)
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