A NUISANCE teenager from Wembley has been handed an anti-social behaviour order for two years.
The ASBO prohibits Raheem Bourne, 17, of Hirst Crescent, from acting in a manner which causes, or is likely to cause, any person to fear for their safety in any public place within the London Borough of Brent while in a group of two or more persons.
The order was obtained by officers from Brent’s Integrated Community Safety Team at Willesden Youth Court on Monday last week.
Sergeant Neil Tulloch, of Wembley Central Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: “Here at Wembley Central SNT, we often have issues with anti-social behaviour, so it is always good to see how various departments can work together to obtain such positive results.
“This individual has committed a lot of his anti-social behaviour in and around the Wembley Central ward area and mainly whilst in company of other youths. Now he faces being arrested for causing anti-social behaviour in the borough of Brent and one hopes this will deter his behaviour.”
Safer Neighbourhoods Acting Chief Inspector Sean Lynch said: “The Metropolitan Police treats anti-social behaviour very seriously and in conjunction with our statutory and voluntary partners, we will take out appropriate orders, to prevent further offending.”
Councillor Lincoln Beswick (Labour), Brent Council lead member for crime and public safety, added: “The actions of an individual cannot be allowed to threaten the welfare and safety of the community and I congratulate the police on taking action to put in place this order.”