Council acts to protect residents from Anti-Social Behaviour
Great Yarmouth Borough Council have obtained an Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction against Michelle Sison of Lowestoft, banning her from Nottingham Way in, Great Yarmouth and the surrounding areas.
The Tenancy Services Team, working in partnership with Norfolk Police, secured the order on Thursday, June 29, against Ms Sison, following multiple complaints about her anti-social behaviour on Nottingham Way. Ms Sison committed a series of offences which included verbally abusing residents in the street and allegedly physically assaulting a resident.
The injunction includes an overarching condition banning her from the area to protect residents from further threatening or abusive behaviour.
In a statement, Councillor Emma Flaxman-Taylor, Portfolio Holder for Housing, Health and Communities at Great Yarmouth Borough Council said: "To support the well-being of our communities, we work hard to eliminate anti-social behaviour in the neighbourhoods we manage.
"Going to court is always the last resort and where possible we always try to resolve any issues on our estates through informal actions and offering support to help people improve their behaviour. However, when multiple informal interventions have failed and there is clear evidence of anti-social behaviour reported by residents, it is in the best interests of the residents to take a robust course of action."
If you are affected by anti-social behaviour, please do not hesitate to contact the Tenancy Services Team on 01493 846839 or via email on email@example.com.