ASB Team Monthly Update June – July

July 25th, 2014 by

Welcome to the monthly update for the Cornwall Council ASB Team. Below you will find some snippets of the work that the team has done in through June and July to detect and prevent Anti Social Behaviour in Cornwall’s communities.

Cornwall Council’s ASB Team working closely with local police officers, have successfully obtained the following orders at West Cornwall Magistrates Court.

 

Anti Social Behaviour Order and Drink Banning Order on Nuisance Caller in Penryn

The Anti Social Behaviour Team along with Devon and Cornwall Police and Crown Prosecution Service successfully gained a Drink Banning Order and an ASBO on the back of criminal conviction on a Female living in Penryn.  The female since moving to Penryn was responsible for not only causing a heavy strain on Emergency Services in the locality, but also causing nuisance, annoyance and distress to neighbours.

News Article Here

 

Drink Banning Orders Obtained in June and July

A total of 8 Drink Banning Orders were obtained in the last two months.

 

What Will Your Drink Cost

The Anti Social Behaviour Team is involved in a series of patrols and meet and greats with Devon and Cornwall to promote the What Will Your Drink Cost campaign.  The campaign is aimed at promoting the sensible use of alcohol and to raise awareness of young people and adults of the dangers in heavy consumption of alcohol.

The patrols are linking in with towns throughout Cornwall including Liskeard, St Austell and Newquay.  The Newquay operation will link in with the Devon and Cornwall Police and the British Transport Police operation Brunel that is a “meet and greet” operation for people coming down to Newquay on the High Speed Train service from London Paddington.

An article from November last year shows the effectiveness of the operation on lowering crime in Newquay can be found here.

ASB Officers will be accompanying Police Officers on patrols around the selected towns and a separate update will follow this newsletter on the findings and actions from the patrols.

 

 

We urge people to report incidents of ASB through our online form on the Safercornwall website, or by calling 0300 1234 232. Should you fear for your safety or the safety of others please call 999 straight away.

For further information on ASB and how to report it to the ASB Team please visit www.safercornwall.co.uk.

 

New ASBO on Criminal Conviction

June 4th, 2014 by

On the 29th of May 2014, Bodmin Magistrates Court granted a 2 year ASBO on the back of a criminal conviction for a young man in Launceston. The young man is linked and convicted to a number of alcohol related violent crimes. The prohibitions agreed by court stop the individual from entering a premise that sells alcohol for consumption on premise and also from being found drunk in the boundary of Launceston.

This is another great piece of multi agency work done by Devon and Cornwall Police, Cornwall Council ASB Team and the Crown Prosecution Service (who had the terms agreed outside of court before the sentence was given).

ASB Team Monthly Update – March/April

April 11th, 2014 by

Welcome to the monthly update for the Cornwall Council ASB Team. Below you will find some snippets of the work that the team has done in through March into April to detect and prevent Anti Social Behaviour in Cornwall’s communities.

Cornwall Council’s ASB Team working closely with local police officers, have successfully obtained the following orders at West Cornwall Magistrates Court.

Premises Closure

The Anti Social Behaviour Team working closely with Devon and Cornwall Police and Cornwall Housing, applied for a closure order on a property in Truro. The premise was associated with serious and persistent nuisance and disorder with calls to the police being received at all times of the day and night. Residents suffered months of fights, loud arguments and rowdy behaviour from the tenant and visitors to the property which led them to fear for their safety and that of their properties. Truro Magistrates Court granted a 3 month closure order on 18 March 2014.

http://www.westbriton.co.uk/Nightmare-neighbour-thrown-Truro-flat/story-20837238-detail/story.html

 

Operation Calf – Hayle

The Anti Social Behaviour Team was involved in a major Operation run by Devon and Cornwall Police which included assistance from Devon & Cornwall Housing and Guinness Hermitage Trust. More than 50 officers executed eight search warrants at properties across Hayle in Operation Calf. The Op was put in place following a rise in crime and drug activity in the area and included long term undercover operations.

http://www.westbriton.co.uk/people-seized-dawn-drugs-swoop/story-20803980-detail/story.html

 

We urge people to report incidents of ASB through our online form on the Safercornwall website, or by calling 0300 1234 232. Should you fear for your safety or the safety of others please call 999 straight away.

For further information on ASB and how to report it to the ASB Team please visit www.safercornwall.co.uk.

ASB Team Monthly Update – January 2014

January 27th, 2014 by

Welcome to the monthly update for the Cornwall Council ASB Team. Below you will find some snippets of the work that the team has done in January to detect and prevent Anti Social Behaviour in Cornwall’s communities.

Cornwall Council’s ASB Team working closely with local police officers, have successfully obtained the following orders at West Cornwall Magistrates Court.

1 ASBO for and individual in Penzance has been granted for 3 years banning a male from being in a state of drunkenness and from being in possession of an open container of alcohol in any public area in Cornwall.

Read more: http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Asbo-prevents-man-drunk-public/story-20478788-detail/story.html#ixzz2rch2KOqA

1 ASBO on an individiual banning him from specific areas in Truro, Camborne and Newquay including a multitude of commercial properties, restaurants and public houses. He is also banned from approaching people for the purposes of begging and also banned from using any language or behaviour that would cause distress, annoyance or nuisance in any public place. This order is has one of the largest geographic banning conditions obtained in Cornwall and lasts for 3 years.

ASBOs are Anti Social Behaviour Orders and consist of a series of prohibitions that the subjected individual must NOT do (e.g. Not to enter the town centre of Truro between the hours of 08:00 and 20:00). If the subject of the ASBO does not comply with the order then they can be arrested and a court can apply a sentence of up to 5 years in prison and up to a £5000 fine.

We have also had 9 Drink banning orders issued:

4 in Camborne
2 in Truro
1 in Bodmin
1 in Penzance
1 in Perranporth

A Drink Banning Order or DBO, is a court order specifically aimed at individuals who commit acts of anti social behaviour while under the influence of alcohol. These can only carry prohibitions related to alcohol (e.g. not to be found in possession of an open container of alcohol in any public place within the town known as Redruth). If the subject of a DBO does not comply with the prohibitions on the order they can be subject of a fine up to £2500.

We urge people to report incidents of ASB through our online form on the Safercornwall website, or by calling 0300 1234 232. Should you fear for your safety or the safety of others please call 999 straight away.

For further information on ASB and how to report it to the ASB Team please visit www.safercornwall.co.uk.

ASB Team Monthly Update

December 17th, 2013 by

Welcome to the monthly update for the Cornwall Council ASB Team.  Below you will find some snippets of the work that the team has done in November to detect and prevent Anti Social Behaviour in Cornwall’s communities.

Cornwall Council’s ASB Team working closely with local police officers, have successfully obtained the following orders at West Cornwall Magistrates Court.

 

1 ASBO extension for a persistent hoax caller from Perranporth. The ASBO has been extended for a further 3 years. Calls to the emergency services made by the individual have dropped dramatically since the original order was made in 2011.

 

1 ASBO in Newquay made for 2 years banning a male from approaching members of the public for the purpose of begging and also banning him from Newquay city centre between 8am-7pm. The order was made following several calls to the police regarding his intimidating behaviour. The press coverage can be found by following this link – http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/BANNED/story-20302938-detail/story.html#axzz2njd9TPHN

 

1 ASBO on the back of criminal conviction lasting for 2 years has been granted on a violent and aggressive offender banning him from over 40 shops and pubs within Truro and banning him from entering Truro city centre whilst under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The press coverage can be found by following this link – http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Truro-man-banned-40-pubs-clubs-shops-Truro/story-19975789-detail/story.html#axzz2js8U1Ckz

 

ASBOs are Anti Social Behaviour Orders and consist of a series of prohibitions that the subjected individual must NOT do (e.g. Not to enter the town centre of Truro between the hours of 08:00 and 20:00). If the subject of the ASBO does not comply with the order then they can be arrested and a court can apply a sentence of up to 5 years in prison and up to a £5000 fine.

 

We have also had 16 Drink banning orders issued:

  • 5 in Penzance
  • 2 in Redruth
  • 2 in Camborne
  • 2 in Falmouth
  • 1 in Penryn
  • 1 in Truro
  • 1 in Newquay
  • 1 in Par
  • 1 in Bodmin

 

A Drink Banning Order or DBO, is a court order specifically aimed at individuals who commit acts of anti social behaviour while under the influence of alcohol. These can only carry prohibitions related to alcohol (e.g. not to be found in possession of an open container of alcohol in any public place within the town known as Redruth). If the subject of a DBO does not comply with the prohibitions on the order they can be subject of a fine up to £2500.

 

We urge people to report incidents of ASB through our online form on the Safercornwall website, or by calling 0300 1234 232.  Should you fear for your safety or the safety of others please call 999 straight away.

 

For further information on ASB and how to report it to the ASB Team please visit www.safercornwall.co.uk.

Anti Social Behaviour Team Update

October 25th, 2013 by

It has been a busy month for the ASB team this October. Online reporting has dropped but new cases have been referred to the team through other agencies such as Police and Environmental Health.

We have had a total of 14 Court orders successfully granted consisting of:

1 ASBO on the back of criminal conviction for an individual in Truro
1 ASBO on the back of criminal conviction for an individual in Launceston
1 ASBO on the back of criminal conviction for an individual in Camborne
1 ASBO on the back of criminal conviction for an individual in Newquay

ASBOs are Anti Social Behaviour Orders and consist of a series of prohibitions that the subjected individual must NOT do (e.g. Not to enter the town centre of Truro between the hours of 08:00 and 20:00). If the subject of the ASBO does not comply with the order then they can be arrested and a court can apply a sentence of up to 5 years in prison and up to a £5000 fine.

We have also had 9 Drink banning orders issued:

4 in Redruth
2 in Camborne
1 in Penzance
1 in Hayle
1 in Truro

A Drink Banning Order or DBO, is a court order specifically aimed at individuals who commit acts of anti social behaviour while under the influence of alcohol. These can only carry prohibitions related to alcohol (e.g. not to be found in possession of an open container of alcohol in any public place within the town known as Redruth). If the subject of a DBO does not comply with the prohibitions on the order they can be subject of a fine up to £2500.

Lastly the ASB Team managed to gain a successful Premises Closure in Falmouth. Premises Closures are court orders which are used to close properties that are associated with persistent nuisance and disorder. These can be anything from nightclubs to residential properties. Once granted by the court the property closure order gives a power to close a property completely or partially for a maximum of three months and can prevent access by any persons – even those with rights of abode or ownership.

For further information on ASB and how to report it to the ASB Team please visit www.safercornwall.co.uk.