A MAN who was aggressive towards members of the public has been banned from Kidderminster College. 

Lee Taylor was been given a five-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) at Worcester Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 16 May banning him from parts of Kidderminster, Worcester and Tenbury Wells.

He is also banned from approaching children when the parent/guardian is not present. 

The 34-year-old of no fixed abode, had previously been sentenced for a number of offences including criminal damage, possession of cannabis and assaults on police. 

The five-year CBO prohibits him from:

Being on Market Street, Kidderminster where Kidderminster college is situated, or be in the grounds of the college.

Approaching or instigating communication with any child/person under the age of 18, save for when it is a family member, or is inadvertent in everyday life, or when the parent/guardian of young person is present

Entering Vine House, Farrier Street, Worcester where the job centre is situated.

Entering Merkur Slots, The Cross, Worcester Entering Warmstry Court, Quay Street, Worcester.

Entering or being in any property in Severn Street, Worcester Entering the Crown Pub, Broad Street, Worcester.

Entering parts of Tenbury Wells, save for when travelling in a motor vehicle or public transport along the A456. 

Refusing to leave a premises or area when asked by someone who has authority to do so.

PC Paul Lawman said: “We hope these restrictions will reassure businesses and the community that we take such offences very seriously and will take appropriate action where necessary.

“Anyone who sees Taylor entering the premises listed or committing an offence should report it to us via 101 or online at Report a crime | West Mercia Police.”