Kelly Hinman pleaded guilty to the offence earlier this month.
A Pinxton woman has been jailed for four months after she breached an anti-social behaviour injunction for a second time.
Kelly Hinman (31) of Woodfield Road, pleaded guilty to breaching the civil injunction at Mansfield County Court on Thursday 14 November.
She had been subject to the order following a successful application by Bolsover District Council, in partnership with the South Normanton and Pinxton Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team, to take action against street drinking and anti-social behaviour.
It was the second time Ms Hinman had been found to breach the injunction, which banned her from being drunk or under the influence of alcohol in a public place, or being abusive, threatening or acting in a way which causes or is likely to cause alarm, harassment or distress to anyone on Woodfield Road, Pinxton.
Sgt. James Bowler, of the local Safer Neighbourhood policing team, said: “This case is a great example of partnership working between Bolsover District Council and police, who continuously work hard to help prevent and target anti-social behaviour which affects the lives of local residents and visitors.
“We hope it sends a clear message that we will use the enforcement powers available to us to act swiftly and combat problems.”