The Police are putting in place a temporary exclusion order in Dyrehaven in Klampenborg.
It writes in a press release.
the Ban comes according to the police, since it will avoid young people holding 'puttefest' in the garden in the rise of gymnasiestart.
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'for several years, have still more and more young people, primarily new students from high schools located north of Copenhagen, denmark, gathered for the celebration in the area Ulvedalene in Dyrehaven in Klampenborg on one of the first Fridays in the new school year. Zealand Police estimate that there Friday the 16. august 2019 occurred 7,000 to 8.000 young people to party in Ulvedalene in the Garden,' writes the police.
Case applies to Friday 14. august 2020 from at. 14 to pm. 24.
This means case
An exclusion order means that it is illegal to stay in a given place, and a violation of the case can be punished with a fine of 2.500 Danish kroner. However, you may like to move in the area, if there are common movements that place for example, a walk through the affected area to get from A to B.Show more Close
It is the clear conviction, that the instructions are being complied with:
- We expect really to the young people's healthy sense of themselves that they don't show up to a party in the open air in the Garden, says the police commissioner of The Police mr Jens-Christian Bülow.
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