Stapleford Woman Given a Criminal Behaviour Order
A Stapleford woman was handed a Criminal Behaviour Order last week after she pleaded guilty to charges of racially/religiously aggravated harassment, being drunk & disorderly, causing Criminal Damage and assaulting a Police Officer at Nottingham Magistrates Court.
She also received a 9 week suspended sentence.
On 20 October 2015, Broxtowe Borough Council, working with Nottinghamshire Police successfully obtained the Criminal Behaviour Order on Jeanette Brookes-Moore, 54, of Cliff Hill Avenue, Stapleford.
The order prevents Ms Brookes-Moore from the following within the Borough of Broxtowe:
being drunk in a public place.
consuming alcohol in a public place other than licensed premises.
Being in possession of any open container of alcohol in any public place, other than licensed premises.
acting in an anti-social manner, that is to say, a manner that causes harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household.
The CBO is a new power introduced under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and can be applied for when a defendant has been found guilty of criminal charges. This order is in effect for 3 years and expires on 19 October 2018.