ASBO order against Bridlington youth

Kane Guile

Kane Guile

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A Bridlington teenager has had a Criminal Behaviour Order issued against him.

Humberside Police made the following statment.

IT IS ORDERED THAT KANE GUILE IS PROHIBITED FROM:

1) Acting or encouraging others to act in any anti-social manner, that is to say a manner that causes, or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to others, including any behaviour that is threatening, abusive, disruptive or insulting, anywhere in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

2) Throwing or kicking any object at any person, animal, vehicle or building in any public place within the boundary of the Bridlington Town Council, except when taking part in any ball game or sporting activity at a properly designated sports facility or public park.

This Order is in place until 26th February 2016

If Kane GUILE is found guilty of breaching this Order, he is liable to a Detention and Training Order for a period not exceeding two years.

If you become aware of Kane GUILE breaching this Order, please contact the Anti-Social Behaviour Team on 01482 396380 or the Police on 101.

3) Remaining in a group of two or more persons in any public place within the boundary of the Bridlington Town Council, where the group or any individuals within the group causes harassment, alarm or distress to any other person.

4) Being with, either together or individually, the five persons named on the Order in any public place within the boundary of the Bridlington Town Council, save taking part in any organised activity with Bridlington Boxing Club.

5) Entering any premises within the boundary of the Bridlington Town Council, from which he is banned or remaining at, on or inside any such premises having been asked to leave by the manager or owner or any person acting on his or her behalf.

Sergeant Mark Skelton of Bridlington Neighbourhood Policing Team, “Humberside Police works closely with partner agencies to tackle anti-social behaviour, and will continue to do so. If anyone sees Guile breaching this order they are asked to contact the Anti-Social Behaviour Team on 01482 396380 or the Police on 101.”

If Kane GUILE is found guilty of breaching this Order, he is liable to a Detention and Training Order for a period not exceeding two years.

For more information about the legislation behind Criminal Behaviour Orders: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2014/12/part/2/enacted