The Borough of Poole’s Safer Communities Team and Dorset Police have been successful in obtaining anti-social behaviour orders on three young men who have been involved in anti-social behaviour and criminality in Poole and Bournemouth.
The court heard how Karan Patel (aged 19), Bodrul Miah (aged 19) and Sahil Baadkar (aged 17) acted together as a group to cause nuisance to residents and commit crime across the area. They stole from cars and properties, are involved in drugs and were abusive to residents and police officers.
The order prohibits the three from associating with each other and a fourth man, 23-year-old Charlie Willis, in a public place in Poole or Bournemouth or at their respective homes.
Ian Cooke, Safer Communities Manager, Borough of Poole, said: “This result is testament to the hard work of council and Police officers who have worked together to successfully obtain ASBOs against these three young men. Dorset Police and the council will continue to deal robustly with individuals and groups that cause harm to our communities, and support and protect residents from those who act anti-socially or commit crime against them.”
There are a number of ways to report anti-social behaviour. If it is an emergency, and someone’s safety or property is at risk, please call Dorset Police on 999.
If it is less urgent, you can:
- call the Police non emergency number 101 (24 hour service) if you need a police officer to attend or visit, or to report a crime
- call Borough of Poole on 01202 633438 (during working hours) if you want to complain about an incident that has occurred and you need help or support, or you want us to investigate with our partners
- report the incident online at boroughofpoole.com using the ‘report it’ form
- contact Crimestoppers or 0800 555 111 to report problems anonymously