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Norwich man banned from Tesco, TK Maxx, B&M and Nike

City police have also banned him from carrying foil-lined food bags or a de-tagger and begging for cigarettes, food or money, after they issued the first Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) since being granted the powers in July.

The man in his 30s is also banned from TK Maxx, B&M and Nike.

Officers thanked city people for their help in identifying which areas should be covered by the new order saying the latest action proved it had been “successful”.

Norwich Evening News: The man in his 30s is banned from all UK branches of TescoThe man in his 30s is banned from all UK branches of Tesco (Image: Newsquest)

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New powers mean police are now able to ban prolific criminals from carrying certain items or visiting certain areas.

Norwich Evening News: PC James Shard of Norwich policePC James Shard of Norwich police (Image: Newsquest)

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PC James Chard, Norwich retail beat manager, said: “We’re pleased to announce our successful collaboration with the CPS, resulting in the launch of the CBO programme in Norwich.

“This result marks the beginning of a county-wide rollout of the programme and we’re looking forward to seeing the positive impact this initiative will have on the behavioural changes of offenders to help our communities feel safer.”


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