Wrexham: Anti-social behaviour leads to closure orders

Closure orders allow police to deny people access to a premises for a certain period of time.

The orders made in Wrexham come after issues which led to ‘high demand’ among officers in the area to regularly attend the properties in question.

The properties will be closed for three months, North Wales Police have said.

A statement from NWP Wrexham Town read: “On Friday (March 8) officers attended court to get 2 x closures orders onto properties in Wrexham, which have been causing a high demand due to anti-social behaviour.

“The Closure order which was granted will last 3 months and allows only the residents and approved professionals into these properties, anyone else who enters these properties will be liable for arrest and prosecution.”


The team added: “Hopefully this closure will provide peace of mind to local residents and neighbours.

“Officers from the neighbourhood policing team will be working with the residents to provide support.”

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