TWO people have received a curfew, among other restrictions, following anti-social behaviour in Littlemoor.

The individuals received an Acceptable Behaviour Contract from Weymouth & Portland Police after a consultation process between Dorset Council's Community Protection Service, Aster Housing, and Social Services.

A spokesperson for Weymouth & Portland Police said: "These contracts will restrict where these individuals can go, how many friends they can associate with and they must abide by a curfew.

"This is part of our continued effort to be tough on crime and anti social behaviour."

An Acceptable Behaviour Contract is a voluntary written agreement which, if breached, can be used as evidence to illustrate that proportionate enforcement action is required.