54 year old give a CBO in
A 54 year old woman from Southport has
been given a 2 year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) under the anti social
Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. Deirdre Patricia Maguire, from
Southport, was convicted of theft offences, on 27 January 2017 and jailed for 76
She has also been issued with the CBO, which lasts for 2 years,
and is prohibited from entering the area outlined in black and hatched on the
map above, within the following area:- Lord Street, to the Junction of Eastbank
Street, with its Junction, at Chapel Street, into Hoghton Street, to its
Junction, with Manchester Road to its Junction with Lord Street. It also stops
her entering the following businesses:-
1. Entering Debenhams store, Lord Street, Southport.
2. Entering Boots store, Chapel Street, Southport.
3. Entering the Holland & Barrett store, Chapel Street, Southport.
4. Entering the Savers Health and Beauty Store, Marble Place, Southport.
5. Entering the Sainsburys store, Lord Street, Southport.
If Maguire does not comply with all of the provisions of the CBO, she will be
committing a criminal offence, for which she could be sent to Prison.
Community Inspector Graham Fisher said:- "We have listened to the concerns
of our community and taken this action to reduce anti social behaviour and
improve their quality of life. Criminal Behavioural Orders are proving to be an
extremely effective tool in tackling persistent offenders. The successful
application for a Criminal Behaviour Order on Deirdre Maguire shows our
commitment to dealing robustly with repeat offenders who have a negative impact
on the community."