Boy served with new antisocial behaviour order

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Boy served with new antisocial behaviour order

Cambridgeshire Police say they’ve used new powers to fight antisocial behaviour in Huntingdonshire for the first time.

A 14 year-old boy, who’s known to intimidate people in the area, has been issued a CBO, or criminal behavioural order.

It bans him from any anti-social behaviour for three years.

Most of the offences have occurred in, or close to, St Peters School and Huntingdon Regional College.

PCSO Clare Darbyshire told Connect FM: “His behaviour has had a significant impact on the community over a long period of time. His actions have included intimidation and making others fearful of going out in the area.

“I hope this sends out a strong message that we will not tolerate such behaviour in Huntingdonshire.”

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