Criminal Behaviour Order

October 27th, 2017 by

On Monday 9th of October 2017

Bodmin Magistrates Youth Court granted a Criminal Behaviour Order on George Gillespie with the following prohibitions:

Criminal Behaviour Order

Expires on 09/10/18

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Not to enter or loiter outside any premises that you have been formally banned from. This will include any premises on the Bodmin Shopwatch Scheme.
  2.  Not to enter or loiter in the areas known as Mount Folly or Priory Park, including Priory Carpark, Shire Hall, St Petroc’s Primary School and Bodmin College Site.

Any relevant information should be passed to:

Police Non Emergency – 101

Police Emergency  – 999

Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on

0800 555111

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Criminal Behaviour Order

October 13th, 2017 by

On Friday 22nd September 2017

Bodmin Magistrates Court issued a Criminal Behaviour Order on Kyle James Alexander DELMONICO with the following prohibitions:

Criminal Behaviour Order

Expires 22nd September 2022

1.    Must not be in possession of alcohol or be under the influence of alcohol in Liskeard.

2.    Not to use threatening words or behaviour towards retail staff in Cornwall.

3.    Not to enter the Bubble Retail Park or Morrisons Supermarket premises both on Plymouth Road, Liskeard.

4.    Not to remain or loiter on any retail premises when requested to leave by a Store Manager, Member of Staff or Premises Owner

Any relevant information should be passed to:

Police Non Emergency – 101

Police Emergency  – 999

Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on

0800 555111

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Criminal Behaviour Order

October 13th, 2017 by

On the 27th of September 2017, Truro Magistrates Court granted a Criminal Behaviour Order on Marcus Selby Roberts with the following prohibitions:

MUST NOT:

1.     ENTER OR ATTEMPT TO ENTER PREMISES FROM WHICH THEY ARE BANNED –

·         W H SMITH LTD, 9 – 9 A, PYDAR STREET, TRURO, CORNWALL, TR1 2AX.

·         BOOTS THE CHEMIST, 94, PYDAR STREET TRURO, CORNWALL, TR1 2BD.

·         ASDA SUPERSTORE LTD, 1 SOUTH QUAY, HAYLE, TR27 4EP.

·         BOOTS THE CHEMISTS LTD, UNIT E WEST CORNWALL SHOPPING, MARSH LANE, HAYLE, CORNWALL, TR27 5LX.

·         THE ENTERTAINER, 28-29 BOSCOWEN STREET, TRURO, CORNWALL, TR1 2QQ.

2.     REMAIN OR LOITER ON ANY RETAIL PREMISES WHEN REQUESTED TO LEAVE BY A STORE MANAGER, MEMBER OF STAFF OR PREMISES OWNER IN CORNWALL.

HE MUST

1.     ENGAGE WITH ADDACTION SERVICES WHEN DIRECTED TO DO SO BY THE APPROPRIATE CASE WORKER.

Duration of the Criminal Behaviour Order – 3 years

Any relevant information should be passed to:

Police Non Emergency – 101

Police Emergency – 999

Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111

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Criminal Behaviour Order

October 13th, 2017 by

On the 26th September 2017, Truro Magistrates Court granted a Criminal Behaviour Order on Robert Edwards Derosa with the following prohibitions:

MUST NOT:

1.    Be in a state of drunkenness in any public place or place the public have access to in the county of Cornwall.

2.    In possession of an open container containing alcohol in any public place where the public has access to save in a bar or restaurant in the county of Cornwall.

3.    Engage in, threaten to engage in conduct that causes or is capable of causing a nuisance, annoyance, and alarm to any person or persons which may cause them to fear for their safety in the county of Cornwall.

4.    Remain in any commercial premises in Cornwall if asked to leave by a member of staff, manager or premises owner in the county of Cornwall.

Duration of the Criminal Behaviour Order – 2 years

Any relevant information should be passed to:

Police Non Emergency – 101

Police Emergency – 999

Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111

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Criminal Behaviour Order on Male Voyeur in the Truro area

February 5th, 2017 by

Devon and Cornwall Police had received a number of complaints from people in the Truro area regarding sightings of a male in their property staring through their windows.  On further investigation Devon and Cornwall Police identified and arrested a male named Samuel MEAD for 3 acts of Voyeurism around the locality of where he lived.

The crimes all included Mr MEAD using the hours of darkness to climb walls, or onto peoples sheds, to watch females as they undressed through their windows.

The Crown Prosecution Service had originally felt that they would control the offender’s behaviour with a Restraining Order, but after discussion, agreed that this would be better dealt with via a Criminal Behaviour Order as it could cover a wider area than a Restraining Order.

An indefinite order was granted which bans MEAD from attending the roads, alleyways and access points to any of the properties that crimes were recorded at.  Due to it being indefinite it is open to expand those ban areas, should MEAD offend elsewhere.

 

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Criminal Behaviour Order bans Penzance man from approaching women

December 22nd, 2016 by

morganA Criminal Behaviour Order has been given to a 29 year old man from Penzance to prevent him from approaching women.

Clifford Morgan, who appeared via video link in Truro Magistrates Court on Tuesday 13 December, pleaded guilty to three separate charges in which he had targeted three lone women and caused them considerable alarm, harassment and distress, by barging one victim and following the other two and making comments perceived to be of a sexual nature, whilst they were out for a jog in the Penzance area.

Devon and Cornwall Police, the Crown Prosecution Service and Cornwall Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Team had argued that as a result of Morgan’s dangerous behaviour and his lack of engaging with support services, a Criminal Behaviour Order should be made to restrict him from being able to approach females in the future and protect the wider community.

Supporting the granting of the Order, Truro Magistrates placed a lifetime Criminal Behaviour Order on Morgan saying he “must not approach, contact or follow any female in a manner that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress”.

The prosecution comes as a result of staff from Cornwall Council working closely with colleagues from Devon & Cornwall Police to address a very serious anti-social behaviour issue.  Criminal Behaviour Orders are a valuable tool to prevent further or escalated anti-social behaviour and stop the harm caused to innocent victims.

Tom Styles, from the Anti Social Behaviour team, “This shows the power and flexibility of the Anti-Social Behaviour Tools and Powers. Orders like this are not made without serious consideration to the perpetrator, the victim(s) and the wider community.  If this individual chooses to continue to target people and  cause them fear and distress, he can now be arrested and imprisoned for up to 5 years, given up to a £5000 fine, or both”.

 We encourage members of the public to report any incidents to the Police via the 101 number for non-emergency or the 999 number for emergencies.”

Sergeant Gemma Freestone, from Penzance, said: This man was given sufficient opportunity and support to change his behaviour but he continued to frighten innocent victims. The Criminal Behaviour Order will provide additional powers to us should he breach this.”

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Nuisance caller who bombarded police handed Criminal Behaviour Order

December 22nd, 2016 by

minersDebbie Miners, aged 33 from the Camborne area, was given a Criminal Behaviour Order by Magistrates in Truro on 20 December for making persistent nuisance calls and her behaviour towards to emergency services, NHS Staff and other Mental Health Services in Cornwall.

Miners, who appeared by video link to Truro Magistrates Court, pleaded guilty to a Public Order offence of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress.

The court sentenced her to a custodial sentence of four weeks rather than imposing fines because of her financial situation. The sentence was taken as time paid as she had been in custody since early November.

The Criminal Behaviour Order includes a condition stating that Miners must not “call the 999 emergency service number unless in the case of a genuine emergency that would require immediate attendance of the emergency services”.  The order lasts for 3 years.

The prosecution comes as a  result of staff from the Council working closely with colleagues from Devon and Cornwall Police and the South West Ambulance Service Foundation Trust (SWASFT) to address a persistent and serious anti-social behaviour issue.

Geoff Brown, Cornwall Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities, said: “Deliberate and malicious use of the 999 system not only wastes staff time but could also put the lives of others at risk and will not be tolerated”.

Tom Styles, from Cornwall Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Team, said: Misuse of the 999 number is a serious issue. Emergency services must take all calls and attend if necessary. When the number is misused to get attention this means that units are taken away from other calls that could well be life or death situations.  The staffing for the emergency services is currently stretched incredibly thin and does not need nuisance calls to detract the valuable service they offer from those that genuinely need it.”

A spokesperson for South West Ambulance Service Foundation Trust (SWASFT) said: The Trust takes the issue of frequent callers very seriously. Those who are not in genuine need can use precious resources that should be allocated to those who are in a life-threatening condition. We seek prosecutions of people found to be abusing the system because abusing it can and does put people’s lives at risk. Our work with partner organisations to tackle the issue and prevent misuse of the 999 system continues.”

A spokesperson for Devon & Cornwall Police said: We welcome the court’s decision in serving this criminal behaviour order. We will continue to work hand in hand with our partner agencies to reduce these nuisance calls using the legislation we have to ensure we help to those most vulnerable and in need.”

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Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO)

October 7th, 2016 by

On the 03 October  2016, Miss Gennette Ford was issued a life time Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) at Cornwall Magistrates Court.

ford

The application which was made in partnership between Cornwall Council’s Anti Social Behaviour Team and Devon and Cornwall Police, prohibits Ford from:

  1. Entering the bounded area known as Camborne,
  2. Being found in a state of drunkenness in Truro City Centre and
  3. Being in the possession of an open container of alcohol in Truro City Centre.

Dorian Thomas from Cornwall Council’s ASB Team stated “Ford has had countless attempts to support her through challenging times in her life. It is unacceptable to behave in such a manner while intoxicated and to be out of control. Members of the public have been subjected to Fords persistent bad behaviour, foul language, spitting and total disregard for the public and the Community for far too long. The latest incident resulted in an assault on a Police Officer while carrying out their duty. With this in mind and the long history of support from various agencies we had no choice to act with the full force and powers at our disposal.”

Further to the behaviour occurring in the Camborne area, Fords behaviour migrated to Truro City Centre where she continued to affect the public and agencies attempting to assist her. Previous interventions such as voluntary warnings were imposed to assist Ford to choose an alternative direction in life. Many support agencies had been involved with Ford to help turnaround her behaviour however with all the support and great work by agencies, Ford chose to ignore the warnings and support.

Dorian added “The public must have the confidence and reassurance to report anti-social behaviour. By reporting this type of behaviour will assist in making our towns a more pleasant place to socialise and live. We do accept that many people will have challenging times within their lifetime, which we will work with and assist in finding an alternative lifestyle for them but to change they must make a commitment to change themselves guided by the many support services in the community.”

Ford was also given a substantial prison sentence for Breach of the Criminal Behaviour Order and the assault on the attending Police Officer.

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Criminal Behaviour Order in Truro

July 26th, 2016 by

Bellman-Press ImageA Street Drinker in Truro City Centre who has been causing problems over the majority of the year has been dealt with through the use of the Anti-Social Behaviour tools and powers provided by the ASB, Police and Crime Act 2014. After several crimes this year including Racially Aggravated Public Order offences and Drunk and Disorderly offences; the individual in question was presented to Bodmin Magistrates Court after being arrested for Drunk and Disorderly in Par Station while in transit to Truro after being released from HMP Exeter that morning. The order was obtained on the individual on 08 July following his arrest on 07 July. Using the ASB Process and joint working with Police, British Transport Police, Addaction and CPS.  The ASB Team successfully obtained a 3year Criminal Behaviour Order with the following conditions:

  1. Be found in a state of drunkenness in any public place or place the public have access to in Truro City Centre.
  1. Be found in possession of an open container of alcohol within Truro City Centre.
  1. Use Swear Words, Make Threats, Use Physical gestures, Use visual representation, Cause nuisance or obstruction, That would cause any person offence, intimidation or distress directly or indirectly within the United Kingdom

The defendant must:

  1. Engage with Addaction, including attending set appointments by your addaction worker. For the full article please visit:

 http://www.cornishman.co.uk/homeless-drunk-david-bellman-of-truro-banned-from-swearing-anywhere-in-the-uk/story-29527276-detail/story.html

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Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) Gennette Ford

January 28th, 2016 by

On the 19th of January 2015 Cornwall Magistrates Court varied the Criminal Behaviour Order of Gennette Ford. The order now prohibits Ford from the following:

Gennette Ford

  • Entering the area known as Penzance or Camborne whilst under the influence of alcohol.
  • Being in possession of any open vessel containing alcohol in any public place or place, save for premises which have an “on Licence” i.e. Public House Bar or Restaurant.
  • Entering or attempt to enter the Square, Commercial Street, Camborne.
  • Entering Costcutters Commercial Street Camborne.
  • Engaging in, threaten to engage in conduct that causes or is capable of causing a nuisance, annoyance, alarm to any person or persons which may cause persons to fear for their safety in public where the public has access to.
  • Entering or attempt to enter Pengegon Stores Camborne
  • Entering or attempt to enter the Town centre of Camborne
  • Entering or attempt to enter Parish Church of St Martin including the cemetery/graveyard and area known as the Spinney. With exception to use the Breakfast Club & Evening meal which times are set on order.
  • Entering or attempt to enter the Methodist Chapel, Wesley Street including the cemetery/graveyard area of that place of worship.

 

The order also contains a positive requirement for Ford to engage with an appropriate ADDACTION advocate and attend pre-arranged appointments.

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