200 banned from Nottingham city centre: Do you know these troublemakers?
MORE than 200 orders are in force banning troublemakers from drinking in Nottingham's streets and visiting its shops and car parks.
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The bans are aimed at curbing abusive and intimidating behaviour and shoplifting.
Figures out today show the number of antisocial behaviour orders and other orders have increased markedly since 2007. Since April last year, 543 orders have been imposed on people to control behaviour. Around 200 orders are still active, though some stretch back before that date.
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The 543 total compares to 153 between April 2006 and April 2007.
Officers from the city's Community Protection team released pictures and details naming 22 of the most recent people to be given orders.
They include Angela Shand, 40, of Basford, who spat at a police officer.
Her Criminal Antisocial Behaviour Order bans her from carrying an open container of drink in the city centre, going into Debenhams and even from going to Nottingham Magistrates' Court unless she has an appointment.
Richard Antcliff, head of neighbourhood enforcement at Community Protection, said: "With this kind of behaviour you often know who the perpetrator is and can act.
"I have heard the argument that orders are seen as a 'badge of honour' so many times, but in the cold hard light of day, when we've taken action that might mean they can't even associate with their friends, the vast majority of that talk is bravado."