Irene Walker – photo supplied by Norfolk Constabulary
A woman has been handed a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) forbidding her from entering parts of Norwich City Centre for two years.
48-year-old Irene Walker of William White Place in Norwich, was given the order on Monday 13 February 2017 after she was found to be involved in a number of incidents associated anti-social behaviour in the Rosary Road area of the city in the last 12 months.
The provisions set out in the Criminal Behaviour Order state that Walker must not:
1. Enter the area of Rosary Road, Norwich (bordered byA147 Riverside Road, Gas Hill, Telegraph Lane West, Telegraph Lane East, A1242 Thorpe Road, A1242 Carrow Road, Clarence Road and Lower Clarence Road) between the hours of 17:00 and 07:00 every day with the exception you can use Gas Hill between Riverside Road/Bishopbridge Road junction and William Kett Close.
2. You must not enter the area of Barrack Street, Norwich (bordered by Silver Road, Mousehold Avenue, Gurney Road and A147 Barrack Street) between the hours of 17:00 and 07:00 every day.
Sergeant Mark Shepherd said: “We have been focussing our patrols on the Rosary Road area of Norwich following concerns from local residents about anti-social behaviour. I hope the order handed to Walker goes some way to reassure the local community that we are taking action and we will pursue prosecutions against those who persistently commit offences.”