Woman from Great Yarmouth who breached banning order 28 times jailed for 40 weeks
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A woman who breached an order banning her from drinking in public and going into a town centre has been sentenced to 40 weeks in prison.
Tracey Slade, 46, of Stephenson Close, Great Yarmouth, was issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) in April 2018 which included her not being in possession of any open container of alcohol in a public place and not entering the town centre at any time.
PC Richard Temple said the CBO attempted to address her 'constant intoxicated and anti-social behaviour in the town centre'.
He said: 'A custodial sentence of 40 weeks is as a result of her disregard of the order issued by the court and her continued anti-social behaviour in the town centre.
'The operational partnership team have worked closely with other agencies to try to support Tracey.
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'This will continue whilst she is in custody and following her release to help her with her rehabilitation and to prevent her re-offending.'
Ms Slade will serve a further 18 weeks concurrently and was issued with a £115 surcharge.
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Slade will have a 12 months supervision order following her release.