Closure order served on Gosport house following nuisance behaviour

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ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour at a Gosport house has been tackled by police who have closed it for three months.

The property, in Alma Street, Gosport, was issued an anti-social behaviour closure order today.

It was put in place after police received numerous reports of anti-social and nuisance behaviour at the address.

The order, under Section 80 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, means the house will be closed for three months.

PC David Sloan, of Gosport police, said: ‘We have received a number of complaints regarding anti-social and nuisance behaviour at this address.

‘This sort of activity will not be tolerated in our communities, and we will use the powers available to us to disrupt and put a stop to behaviour that has a detrimental impact on those who live in our neighbourhoods.’