Bristol Man Banned From Castle Park For Two Years

In an effort to clamp down on anti-social behaviour in a Central Bristol park, a 21-year-old man has been slapped with a Criminal Behaviour Order.

The order bans Khalid Nur from entering Castle Park at all during the next two years. Doing so will be a criminal offence.

The Lawrence Hill resident was given the order by Bristol magistrates after a disturbance that happened in the park at 7.30am on 20 July this year.

Nur admitted using threatening words or behaviour with intent to cause fear or provoke unlawful violence.

The previous night, police received a number of calls by members of the public concerning anti-social behaviour taking place in Castle Park.

“Castle Park has, and remains to be, a popular city centre location and is still overwhelmingly a safe and positive space for all,” Inspector Martin Rowland the Bristol city centre neighbourhood manager said.

“However, there are a small minority of people that do use the park for illegal activity.

“Khalid Nur’s actions caused significant alarm among other members of the public who called us for assistance.

“No one should feel intimidated by the actions of other people and we will use whatever powers we have at our disposal to ensure public areas such as Castle Park remain a pleasant place for everyone.”

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