Lynsey Jayne Bradwick banned from Aylesbury Town Centre for antisocial behaviour and 'abusing members of the public'
A woman from Aylesbury has been issued with a civil injunction for antisocial behaviour by Milton Keynes County Court.
Lynsey Jayne Bradwick, aged 29, of Tring Road in Aylesbury, was issued with the injunction on Tuesday 6 April following an investigation by PC Glen Crosland and PC David Grainger, after she was convicted of antisocial behaviour and begging in the town over a period of two years.
Bradwick focused her begging in Aylesbury town centre and surrounding supermarkets, and included abusing members of the public and public order offences.
In the hearing at Milton Keynes County Court, it was ordered that Bradwick is forbidden to:
Remain on land or premises having been asked to leave by the owner or occupier (or by the servant or agent of the owner or occupier).
Use any threatening or abusive language towards any person including police officers and employees of the council.
Enter Aylesbury centre, including Oxford Road, Friarage Road, New Street, Upper Hundreds and Exchange Street, including Morrison’s on Station Way and Waitrose, Exchange Street.
Display any aggressive, violent or disorderly behaviour to any person or property.
Fail to obey reasonable directions given by a police officer or PCSO or an employee of the council.
Sit down on the floor in a public place with the intention of begging or with items connected with begging, for example, a cup, cap, or sign on the floor around her.
Bradwick must also attend drug/alcohol treatment sessions at a suitable substance misuse centre.
Failure to adhere to any of the above conditions may render Bradwick liable to arrest.
PC David Grainger, based at Aylesbury police station, said: “This order has been put in place to prevent any reoccurrence of incidents of aggressive begging and abusive behaviour that Bradwick has been found guilty of.
“She has plagued Aylesbury town centre with antisocial behaviour and intimidation of vulnerable people for a period of two years, and this injunction serves to protect the people of Aylesbury and sends a message that this type of behaviour will not be tolerated.
“I hope that the actions we have taken will help Bradwick to consider her actions and that she can also take the help offered to change her offending behaviour.”