Closure order issued at house in St Helens following anti-social behaviour reports
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Merseyside Police have secured a Closure Order in relation to a house in St Helens.
The order is for 11 Styche Mews in St Helens. It was issued at Wirral Magistrates Court on Thursday 15 December following numerous incidents of anti-social behaviour and disorder offences in the area.
A full closure order was granted under section 80 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and is now in place until Thursday 16 March 2023.
Community Policing Inspector Jon Smith said: “This is a really good result for the surrounding residents on Styche Mews who have been plagued by anti-social behaviour and disorder. Thanks to the hard work and dedication from our officers a full closure order has now been emplaced.
“I hope these residents will feel reassured that we have taken action to prevent any further offences from this address.
“Whenever we receive reports of antisocial behaviour we will do everything within our powers to work with partners including our local authorities and housing associations to take action and where necessary apply for closure orders
“We understand the crimes that such behaviour leads to and we’ll continue to work closely with residents to deal with such problems.
“If you experience any offences where you live please come forward and speak to us when these issues affect you, for all of our benefit.”
Always call 999 if a crime is in progress. You can also report anti-social behaviour and other crime to our social media desk @MerPolCC or ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ on Twitter, or via 101.