Before issuing a dispersal direction under the Anti-social Behaviour Act 2003 s.30, a police officer had to have reasonable grounds for believing that the public would be harassed, alarmed, intimidated or distressed, and such a belief had normally to depend in part at least on some behaviour by a group, rather than their mere presence.

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