Criminal Behaviour Order for Newark Woman
Newark and Sherwood District Council, in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police, has obtained a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) against a young woman who has been, through the misuse of alcohol, at the centre of a catalogue of incidents of anti-social behaviour in Newark town centre.
The order, which was granted by Nottinghamshire magistrates on Thursday, December 28, has been imposed on 20-year old Chloe Parr, following her sentencing for two assaults, including one on a police officer and affray. At the hearing she was given a nine-week prison sentence which was suspended for six months.
Under the terms of the order, which is in place until December 28, 2019, parr, of Staunton Road, Newark, is prohibited from:
- Being in a state of drunkenness in a public place in Newark town centre;
- Being in possession of an open vessel containing alcohol in Newark town centre;
- Entering any licensed premises in Newark town centre;
- Entering Cashino, Carter Gate, Newark, NG24 1UA, at any time.
Ben Adams, district council community safety manager, said "Our communities deserve to be protected against the behaviour of this individual who has caused considerable upset and alarm during a number of incidents in Newark in the past six months.
"This order offers not only protection for the public but serves as an opportunity for this young woman to deal with the issues that are linked to her anti-social behaviour."
Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant Paul Cash said: "Parr has been a persistent nuisance in Newark and her anti-social behaviour was having a detrimental impact on the local community, so we are pleased she has received this banning order.
"Our aim is to ensure that people feel safe while living, visiting and working in Newark and we hope this order imposed on Parr sends the message out that this behaviour will not be tolerated."