This Act is very long and contains many provisions, even more than The EPA1990. It gives powers with regards to community behaviour orders, dispersal powers and community protection notices. The sections we are interested in is s59 to s79 and they are the powers to make Public Space Protection Orders.
Quick Overview PSPO ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR, CRIME AND POLICING ACT 2014
S59 – Power to make the order.
S60 – Duration of the order
S67 – Failing to comply
S68 – FPN issuing
Why do we need to enforce offenses?
Most local authorities chose to add multiple offences to the orders.
failing to remove dog faeces
not keeping a dog on a lead (the length can be specified)
not putting and keeping a dog on a lead when directed to do so by an authorised officer (again, the length can be specified)
permitting a dog to enter land from which dogs are excluded
taking more than a specified number of dogs onto land
And some local authorities chose to add:
A minimum number of bags to be in their possession.
This can be sometimes considered controversial.