Weymouth woman issued with CBO

Weymouth woman issued with CBO

Published by Maria Greenwood at 3:58pm 14th May 2019. (Updated at 7:35am 15th May 2019)

Police want us to inform them of any breach.

A woman from Weymouth has been issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) after repeatedly causing anti-social behaviour in the town centre.

If Susan Clennell, 38, breaches this order she can be arrested and brought back before Weymouth Magistrates' Court.

The order is in place for three years from Friday 10th May 2019 and states that she must not:

  • Act or incite others to behave in an anti-social manner that causes harrassment, alarm or distress
  • Use or incite others to use threatening, intimidating, insulting or abusive words or behaviour in public
  • Enter the Esplanade, from the groyne by Sluice Gardens to the Pleasure Pier behind the Pavilion Theatre
  • Enter King Street, Weymouth, from the junction with The Esplanade to the Westham Cross Junction, including Weymouth train station and the alleyway by the Esso garage
  • Enter St Mary Street and St Thomas Street, Weymouth
  • Enter any male toilets, or any disabled toilets or female toilets with any other person
  • Enter any private flat internal and external communal areas including stairwell, unless she has permission from an owner or tenant.

A spokeperson for Dorset Police said: "Susan Clennell is now suffering the consequence of her anti-social behaviour. If others behave in a threatening, alarming or distressing way, we should work together to stop them and make a safer neighbourhood for ourselves and our children.

"Our team worked with the Dorset Council Community Safety Team in order to obtain the order. This is a positive step in reducing anti-social behaviour and linked criminal offences in the town and underlines the importance of members of the public continuing to report issues to us. The evidence provided by these reports forms part of the application for Criminal Behaviour Orders. 

"The team will endeavour to continue to reduce anti-social behaviour in Weymouth by working with our partners and the community. "

Officers are on hand to act on information and provide support regarding anyone behaving in an anti-social way.

The number to call if you see someone breaking their criminal behaviour order is 101. Only dial 999 if life is in danger or a crime is in progress.

Alternatively you can report crime anonymously by calling the Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.

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