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Man handed criminal behaviour order for persistent anti-social behaviour

PUBLISHED: 17:03 19 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:34 19 July 2018

James Hudson has been handed a two-year criminal behaviour order. Picture: Supplied by Norfolk Police.

James Hudson has been handed a two-year criminal behaviour order. Picture: Supplied by Norfolk Police.

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A Swaffham man has been handed a two-year criminal behaviour order for persistent anti-social behaviour offences.

21-year-old James Hudson, of Highfield Avenue, appeared at Kings Lynn Magistrates Court today after being charged with a public order offence.

The provisions of his CBO set out that he must not contact directly or indirectly any staff member or resident of Stanfield House Lynn Road Swaffham or to attend the premises.

He must also enter into a good neighbour contract with Orbit Housing.

Inspector Jon Papworth said, “Keeping our communities safe in Breckland is of paramount importance to us. The magistrates agreeing to issue this CBO will help us to ensure others are not affected by Hudson’s behaviour.”

Local Beat Manager Paula Gilluley also said: “I am very pleased with this court result which reinforces the message that ASB in the community will not be tolerated.”


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