Dorset Police


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  10. Police urge people to stay away from Dorset beaches

    Bournemouth Beach

    Dorset Police has urged people to stay away from Bournemouth Beach and other beaches in the county.

    Assistant Chief Constable Sam de Reya said: "These are unprecedented times and we are urging people to stay away from the area of Bournemouth Beach and other Dorset beaches."

    The force said it will be increasing patrols in the area to tackle anti-social behaviour.

    ACC de Reya added: "We are also reliant on people taking personal responsibility and strongly advise members of the public to think twice before heading to the area.

    "Clearly we are still in a public health crisis and such a significant volume of people heading to one area places a further strain on emergency services resources."