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Criminal Behaviour Order secured against Brampton teenager

POLICE are continuing to work hard to tackle antisocial behaviour in the Brampton area.

Last week (22 Aug), a Criminal Behaviour Order was secured against a 16-year-old from Brampton who behaved in a consistently aggressive, threatening and violent manner in Brampton.

Carlisle Magistrates’ Youth Court made the order which bans the teenage boy from entering Brampton town centre or Brampton Co-op for a year and not to contact a named person who had been the victim of harassment.

“He has also been given a Youth Rehabilitation Order which includes a curfew for 12 weeks from 7pm to 7am, as well as a supervision requirement.

PC Sam Butler said: “We are listening to the community and taking action to reduce antisocial behaviour.

“Our message is that antisocial behaviour can have an extremely negative impact on a community and will not be tolerated.”

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