On the 12th of November 2019 the court committed the following named person to detention, TALLIQ MWALIM, in relation to an order dated 10 January 2019 made pursuant to s.34 of the Policing and Crime Act 2009. The injunction included twenty-two restrictions, including that the Respondent/ Defendant must not:
- Associate with any of a list of named people in a public place or a place to which the public have access, save for any court appearances together, appointments with outside agencies at the same time, or whilst attending school/college (but even then must not associate with each other off the premises) or when detained in custody or with prior authorisation of the police.
- Wear any article of clothing with an attached hood (whether detachable or not) in a public place or a place to which the public have access unless in inclement weather.
The court found that by the following admissions made he had breached that order:
- On 17 August 2019 the respondent breached condition 1(c) of the injunction of 10 January 2019 by associating with Sahin Korta-Haupt in a public place or a place to which the public have access, namely Maidstone Town Centre
- On 17 August 2019 the respondent breached condition 14 of the injunction of 10 January 2019 by wearing an article of clothing with an attached hood (whether detachable or not) in a public place or place to which the public have access unless in inclement weather
And the imposed the following sentence(s) for detention for those breaches:
- 21 days
- 21 days, to run consecutively
- In addition to which the court activated the suspended sentences handed down on 10th April 2019 and 24th July 2019, which taken together comprise 42 days of the period of detention ordered today.
Accordingly it was ordered that TALLIQ MWALIM be committed for contempt and detained at a Young Offenders’ Institution for a total period of 84 days or until lawfully discharged if sooner.
12 NOVEMBER 2019