Police impose dispersal order after concerns over large car meet in Harlow

Crime / Mon 25th Dec 2023 at 06:26am

A DISPERSAL order was put in place in Harlow following concerns relating to a large car meet. in Harlow.

A police spokesperson said: “We have received a number of calls from concerned members of the public this evening, following a large car meet, consisting of around 80 vehicles.  

The reports have included incidents of anti-social behaviour and excessive noise levels around The Oaks retail park in Harlow.  

“To reduce disruption to the residents of Harlow, a dispersal order has been put in place, covering areas including River Way, Old Harlow, Church Langley and Harlow Town Centre.

“It starts at 11.15pm on Sunday 24 December and will remain in place until 6am on Monday 25 December”.

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4 Comments for Police impose dispersal order after concerns over large car meet in Harlow:

Luke Burton
2023-12-25 13:53:17

Clamp every single vehicle involved, then crush all of them and send the cost of towing and crushing to the owner along with a 500% markup as a punitive charge. About time this Conservative party got tough on crime like they always claim.

Tracy George
2023-12-26 23:05:59

Gotta be either made illegal and upheld or places open up for these idiots to muck around, away from good road users who wish to remain safe... They are a menace on our roads and on the M11.

2023-12-26 23:33:22

Rather than alienate people with a blanket ban maybe the police could engage with the car community, by all means deal with those who break the law, respect is earned not given

Luke Burton
2023-12-27 11:09:17

Clearly, these menacing car folks have no respect for residents nearby and other road users. Otherwise no one would have reported them.

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