Youths behaving badly has forced Kent Police to put a dispersal order in place in Ashford.
The order covers the Stanhope area and will last for 48 hours, starting from 4pm yesterday (Saturday).
Police say the need for the order was triggered by anti social behaviour on the estate by youngsters.
A tweet from the force said: "Dispersal order in place for 48 hrs from 4pm Sat for Stanhope, Ashford following ASB by youths in the area."
A dispersal order gives officers the powers to direct a person, or persons, who has committed, or is likely to commit, anti-social behaviour away from a specified area and not return for a specified period of up to 48 hours.