One of the areas covered by the dispersal order (credit: Essex Police)
It will run for 48 hours from noon today until noon on Sunday, 9 August and will cover two separate areas.
The first is around Tilbury train station and includes a small residential area that covers Lansdowne Road and Adelaide Road.
The second is a residential area and playing field within Fort Road, Brennan Road, Feenan Highway and Kipling Avenue.
Officers previously responded to an unauthorised gathering in Lansdown Road on Wednesday, 29 July.
A large amount of people were acting anti-socially and damaging vehicles in a car park.
Detectives believe the majority of those involved traveled to the rave from London.
They have uncovered information a second event is being advertised and have put the order in place to stop it.
As a result of the disturbance, a community protection warned has been issued to a 36-year-old woman and 35-year-old man, who are both from Tilbury.
“Following concerns about a second large gathering in this area, we’ve been quick to secure dispersal order powers that will allow us to move people away,” said Inspector Paul Austin.
“There will be an increase in officers in this area so we can enforce these powers if necessary.
“We believe the majority of people involved in last week’s disturbance travelled from London by train and we will clearly be visible to anyone arriving in Tilbury.
“The message is clear, if you’re coming into our communities to cause anti-social behaviour, you’ll be dealt with.”
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