A TWO-YEAR Anti-Social Behaviour Order has been issued to a 15-year-old Bridlington boy.
Callum Mark Hart’s ASBO has been granted after a series of incidents including criminal damage, trespassing and putting members of the public in fear of violence.
The ASBO consists of a number of conditions prohibiting Hart entering certain areas of Bridlington and participating in anti-social behaviour.
Inspector Grant Taylor of Bridlington’s Neighbourhood Policing Team said: “Callum has been committing these offences in Bridlington for many years now and the ASBO that has been granted will aim to prevent Callum committing the offences outlined.
“This is a great result for Bridlington as we continue to deal effectively with our biggest anti-social behaviour offenders, sending out a clear message that those who commit these offences will face repercussions.
“We ask that if any member of the public should see Callum breaching any of his ASBO conditions report it to us immediately. You can do this by calling Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101 or 999 in an emergency.”
This ASBO has been granted due to the combined efforts of police officers in Bridlington and the anti-social behaviour team at Humberside Police.
It enforces a number of conditions restricting his behaviour and will be in place until November 19, 2014.
The order will prohibit Hart from engaging in any behaviour that causes harassment, alarm or distress to members of the public, or behaviour that is threatening, abusive, disruptive or insulting to others anywhere in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
It also stops him remaining in a group of two or more in any public place in the Humberside force area - and being with four people named on the ASBO in Bridlington, either individually or together, except when with their school, college, local authority or court ordered work.
Hart will not be allowed to be in possession of an open alcohol container anywhere in Bridlington, and will not be allowed to throw or kick any object at any person, animal, vehicle or property in the Humberside force area - except when taking part in a properly designated sport.
The order also stops Hart from entering a controlled zone on the south side of town, bounded by Kingsgate down to the coastline from South Shore Holiday Village to the north side of George Street and Richmond Street.
If Hart breaches the ASBO, he is liable for a fine of up to £2,000 or a term of imprisonment of no more than two years.