PSPO

AcronymDefinition
PSPOPolice Security and Protection Office (Philippines)
PSPOPeak Speed Performance Output
PSPOPancyprian Student Programming Olympiad (Cyprus)
PSPOProspero Minerals Corporation (stock symbol)
PSPOPower Systems Planning and Operation (conference)
PSPOPublic Security Peace Officer (Alberta, Canada)
PSPOProfessional Scrum Product Owner
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Aside from the begging clause, the rest of the draft PSPO remains the same.
The council has said reports of anti-social behaviour nearly halved in the town centre in the three months following the introduction of the PSPO and recent feedback from West Bromwich Business Improvement District surveys indicate an increase in people 'feeling safe'.
Inspector Kevin Bratherton from North Wales Police said: "The implementation of a PSPO will be a sustainable three-year problem-solving approach between partners.
Over the next two weeks, the council's community safety wardens and countryside team are putting up 50 PSPO signs at entry points to the moors across Calderdale, with support from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, West Yorkshire Police and landowners.
Mr Strangeway claims the PSPO is unenforceable for many reasons, such as the council not defining "overnight", and that he expected motorhome owners to join him in the protest, which he hopes will lead to the authority issuing fixed penalty notices.
"They feel discriminated against - this is a predominantly Asian area and parks in areas which are predominantly white seem to get PSPO orders yet we don't," he claimed.
Tearing into the PSPO at the meeting, chair of the committee Cllr Chris Blakeley said: "The way this was handled last year, we immediately put people's backs up, we created a huge opposition.
A PSPO bans specific acts from taking place in a certain area, with police and council officers having powers to issue warnings, refer people to help services and even hand out fines.
Police are currently unable to move people on unless an offence has taken place, but the new PSPO will give them the tools to do just that, with those who fail to comply facing a PS100 fine reduced to PS60 if it is paid within 14 days, or court action after.
But the ban from sports pitches, proposed in the initial consultation on the PSPO, has now been withdrawn.
'We at the national level want to affirm our support towards endeavors of curing childhood cancers,' he said and added 'we fully support the Pakistan Society of Pediatric Oncology's (PSPO) partnership with WHO in improving the outcomes and saving lives of children with cancers'.