Harlesden teen banned from entering private outdoor space for four years
Bilal Khalif, 17, can only step foot on land belonging to friends and family
A Harlesden teenager has been banned from stepping foot on any private outdoor space belonging to a stranger for the next four years.
Bilal Khalif, 17, faces court action if he breaks the terms of the Asbo handed down to him last week.
Under the order if he wishes to enter any garden, driveway or yard attached to a private property it must belong to a relative or friend.
He must have permission from the owner is they are not known to him.
The Asbo lasts until August 29, 2016.
Cllr Lincoln Beswick, Brent Council’s lead member for crime and public safety, said: “Working with our partners we are determined to use every tool available to protect individuals, build stronger communities and safer neighbourhoods.
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“Additionally, I hope it’s a wake-up call to the young man in question to think about his future and to others to realise they, like Bilal Khalif will not get away with antisocial Behaviour.”