The outcomes from the 2021 version of the London Police Service’s Venture LEARN, or Liquor Enforcement and Discount of Noise, have been launched.
Police say dozens of provincial offence notices and by-law notices have been issued along with three arrests and one cost associated to violating COVID-19-related restrictions.
The marketing campaign ran from Sept. 5 to 25. It concerned an elevated police presence downtown and in neighbourhoods round Western College and Fanshawe School, with officers specializing in “nuisance events, open fires, noise, littering and public urination.”
Nonetheless, officers be aware that the figures don’t embrace enforcement particular to the “unsanctioned student event on Broughdale Avenue and surrounding streets” on Sept. 25.
Police say Venture LEARN enforcement resulted in a single Reopening Ontario Act cost, 34 provincial offence notices, 12 by-law notices and three arrests below the Liquor Licence Act that police say have been “in relation to being intoxicated in a public place.”
Venture LEARN started in 2007 with a purpose of defending public security and property and inspiring college students to rejoice responsibly, police say.
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