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Newbury shopping centres, Poundland and McDonalds ban teenagers for antisocial behaviour



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A total of 14 teenagers have been identified by police officers in the town for causing antisocial behaviour in Newbury.

A number of them have since been banned from Parkway Shopping centre, the Kennet Shopping centre, Poundland and McDonald's

Thames Valley Police West Berkshire has thanked the local community for their assistance in helping the neighbourhood policing team in its work this week.

The neighbourhood policing team identified the teenagers for antisocial behaviour.
The neighbourhood policing team identified the teenagers for antisocial behaviour.

It has said: "PS Heatley would like to thank the local community that helped his team achieve the following over the past few days.

"One male arrested for indecent exposure, two arrested for failing to attend court, one male arrested for four public order offences that occurred around the town over the week.

"One male issued a public space protection order for his behaviour towards members of the public.

"The neighbourhood team also carried out a number of community engagement events, that led to a number of important intelligence being produced for the team to follow up."



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