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Housing estate ban for Enfield man

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20 September 2017

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An Enfield man has been given a three year Criminal Behaviour Order by the Metropolitan Police with the support of Enfield Council, to prevent offending and keep residents safer.

- Thee-year Criminal Behaviour Order given to Enfield man
- Officers step up action around Edmonton
- Enfield Council and its partners are committed to keeping residents safe

An Enfield man has been given a three year Criminal Behaviour Order by the Metropolitan Police with the support of Enfield Council, to prevent offending and keep residents safer.

Ahmed Yusuf, 23, of no fixed abode, was handed the CBO on 30 August 2017 at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court.

His is the sixth CBO to focus on the area, particularly Moree Way and Smarts Place.

The CBO prevents him from:
Entering Smarts Place or Trafalgar Place, N18
Entering certain areas in N9 and N18
Being in possession of more than one mobile telephone in a public place
Being in possession of any drugs paraphernalia
Associating with 11 named persons in public
 
Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Safety & Public Health, Cllr Krystle Fonyonga said, “Enfield Council, officers in the Community Safety Unit and other partners are working tirelessly to catch offenders, prevent crime and support victims to help keep our streets and communities safe, all despite central government cuts to budgets for police services.

“These CBOs send out a strong message. We will not tolerate anti-social, abusive or criminal behaviour anywhere in our borough and will take necessary action with the help of our associates.

“Our residents have a right to a peaceful and harmonious quality of life. Where anti-social behaviour is impacting on this, our dedicated teams will work together to help residents, support our strong communities, and to deal with perpetrators effectively.”

Enfield Council funds 16 police officers supplied by the Metropolitan Police and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, to work as an additional resource to tackle crime on Council housing estates.

Read more about reporting a crime or anti-social behaviour here. If you are concerned about your immediate safety, call emergency services on 999. To learn more about criminal behaviour orders, go to http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/a_to_c/criminal_behaviour_orders/.