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Man who made over 230 calls to the emergency services issued with Criminal Behaviour Order

| June 2, 2018

A man has been issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order after making hundreds of nuisance calls.

The 27 year old man of Belgrave Road, Aylesbury appeared at Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday 25th May and received a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) following a conviction for arson.

The CBO was sought after the man made over 230 calls to emergency services and incidents of anti-social behaviour towards neighbours, emergency personnel and NHS staff.

The Criminal Behaviour Order is in place until Tuesday 24th May 2022 and prevents the man from the following:

  • Calling the emergency services except in a genuine emergency.
  • Going on to any NHS property unless for treatment or by prior appointment, if whilst on NHS property, a nurse, doctor or member of security staff require him to leave, he must do immediately.
  • Behaving in a threatening, abusive or insulting way to any of the public.
  • Possessing any cigarette lighter or matches.
  • Hitting the walls or stamping on the floors at his home address.
  • Being over the drink drive limit as determined by the road side breath test whilst in public.

In addition the man is required to attend fortnightly alcohol treatment sessions for a period of six months.

The man also received a twenty month custodial sentence, suspended for two years.

PC Andy Smith, Anti-social Behaviour Officer based at Aylesbury police station, said: ‘This case is a fine example of multi-agency working together to allow the courts to pass this sentence.

As well as behaving in an anti-social manner towards his neighbours, [the man] was responsible for over 230 calls to the emergency services over a two year period. His persistent calls could have prevented genuine emergencies from being dealt with.

I hope this order as seen as a warning to others and shows that behaviour such as this will not be tolerated.

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