Woman handed three-year ban from Mansfield town centre

A woman has been banned from Mansfield town centre for three years.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 23rd April 2018, 3:25 pm
Updated Monday, 23rd April 2018, 3:26 pm
Amanda Gamblin.
Amanda Gamblin.

Amanda Gamblin, 43, of Harrop White Road, was sentenced to 30 weeks in prison having been found guilty of two assaults and violent behaviour in a police station whilst she was on a 12 week suspended sentence from 2017.

She was also issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order which detailed over 12 different violent and anti-social behaviour incidents in public places in and around Mansfield.

As well as being banned from the town centre, Gamblin must not act or encourage others to act in a way that's likely to impact on others within the district of Mansfield.

Mansfield Sergeant, Dave Booler, said: "This unfortunately was our last resort, having already issued Gamblin with Community Protection warnings and she chose not engage. When she's released from prison, she will be arrested if she steps foot in the town centre. This was the only way we could put a stop to her behaving anti-socially towards people and businesses in Mansfield."