14 ‘anti-social’ youths banned from Ely leisure village
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Fourteen youths have been banned from the Ely leisure village in relation to incidents of anti-social behaviour in the area.
Since the ban was issued on May 10 there have been no further calls for service relating to anti-social behaviour.
It comes after youngsters were banned from the McDonalds there for unacceptable behaviour in February.
Sergeant Ash Godfrey said at the time: “We attended in response to a report on Sunday (Feb 4) evening and we have been able to identify a number of specific individuals who have been behaving unacceptable.
“These individuals will be banned from the restaurant and we will support the management team at McDonalds enforcing that.
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“Additionally we are looking to the Public Order Act 1986 and where criminal offences have been disclosed, there will be robust consequences.
“The leisure park remains a safe and family friendly location in Ely and partner agencies including the police, the district council and local businesses are working together to ensure that it stays that way.
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“We are keen to reassure the community that a specific group of individuals have been identified in relation to a handful of recent issues and offenders will be held to account.”