Anti-social behaviour orders

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  • 337 Pages
  • 4.23 MB
  • English
Jordans , Bristol
Great Britain, Restraining orders -- Great Britain, Harassment -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain, Interpersonal conflict -- Great Britain, Nuisances -- Great Br
StatementAnesh Pema and Sharon Heels.
ContributionsHeels, Sharon.
LC ClassificationsKD7578 .P46 2006
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Paginationxxx, 337 p. :
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Open LibraryOL23138547M
ISBN 100853088381
LC Control Number2006462500

This book vigorously challenges the dominant academic view of ASBOs as erroneous tools of social control, and offers an alternative perspective on anti-social behaviour management which argues that ASBOs are capable of enabling a positive process of engagement among local authorities, housing professionals and :// Buy Anti-Social Behaviour Orders by Donoghue, Jane Anti-social behaviour orders book ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Anti-social behaviour orders book (): J. Donoghue: Books This entry about A review of anti-social behaviour orders has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the A review of anti-social behaviour orders entry and the Encyclopedia of Law are in each case credited as ASBOs: a practitioner's guide to defending anti-social behaviour orders is a unique guide to this area of law.

It is the first text to examine the practice and procedure of the criminal courts and the county court from the standpoint of a practitioner acting for the  › Business, Finance & Law › Law › English.

The allegations of anti-social behaviour were proved, she said. “The tenant made written submissions to the effect that the landlord is unfairly picking on the tenant. I do not find this true at London: Legal Action Group () pp.£pb ISBN 1‐‐41‐4 ASBOs: A Practitioner's Guide to Defending Anti‐social Behaviour Orders presents a clear and comprehensive guide for practitioners acting for the defendant in cases of anti‐social behaviour.

Throughout this excellent text, Maya Sikand manages to strike a perfect balance between the presentation of detailed case May said the new regime would transform the way anti-social behaviour is dealt with by simplifying the tools available to the police and local authorities and scrapping bureaucratic, slow and   Civil injunctions, CPNs and CBOs replaced Antisocial Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) in England, Wales and Northern are still used in :// Later on the Anti-Social Behaviour Orders were supported even further by the Anti-Social Behaviour Act which was passed in (Knepper, Doak., Shapland ).

Anti-Social Behaviour Orders can be explained as a concurrence between the police and the young person who have committed an offence which can be classified as anti-social :// Antisocial behaviour orders can be used to stop anyone aged 10 or over from harassing, causing alarm or distress to other people who aren't in the same household.

An order can be issued for at least two years and lists what they must stop :// Interim orders have been in effect in Scotland since 27 June Section 44 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act amended the Crime and Disorder Act to introduce interim Anti-Social Behaviour Orders.

The provisions in the Antisocial Behaviour (Scotland) Act replace those in   legal definition of ‘anti-social behaviour’ combined with the low evidential standards required in the application process will result in the door being left open to abuse by the ‘moral majority’ in the community.

While not under-playing the impact of anti-social behaviour on the community, the paper argues that Behaviour Orders are / Anti-social behaviour orders in the County Court and on criminal conviction -- 7.

First court appearances -- 8. Interim orders -- 9. Hearing of the main application -- Terms and duration of an order -- Post-order procedure -- Appeals against anti-social behaviour orders -- Breach of an anti-social behaviour order -- Get this from a library. Anti-social behaviour orders: a culture of control?.

[Jane Donoghue] -- Rather than presenting a wholly critical perspective on anti-social behaviour policy, this study argues that the creation of ASBOs and latterly the introduction of Labour's 'Respect Agenda',   This Order makes provision for a local authority to authorise a housing provider, as defined by section 20 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (the Act), to issue community protection notices (section 43) and fixed penalty notices (section 52).

An ASBO, or an Antisocial behaviour order, is a British legal term for an order that is sometimes served on people who often behave badly and have many complaints made against them because of their behaviour.

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The order is designed to stop them from being anti-social, which means causing distress or alarm (among other things) to other people that do not live in the same place as Anti-Social Behaviour Orders Paperback – Aug by A.

Pema (Author), S. Heels (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback, Aug  › Books › Law › Legal Theory & Systems. These orders effectively meant the trio would end up on an Anti-Social Behaviour Order - or in court - if they approached Mr Tunley or his home.

"Since then, I've had nine months without any real This guideline and accompanying notes are taken from the Sentencing Guidelines Council’s definitive guideline Breach of an Anti-Social Behaviour Order, published 9 December Key factors.

An ASBO may be breached in a very wide range of circumstances Anti-Social Behaviour Orders can be obtained in respect of any person aged 10 years old and upward. If there is an immediate need to call a halt to particular behaviour to protect the community then an Interim ASBO can be sought.

Injunctions The Housing (Northern Ireland) Order Order affords Housing Associations the ability to seek an Vandalism and Anti-Social Behaviour forwards a new typology of vandalism. The authors argue that in order to fully understand vandalism and anti-social behaviour, a culturally criminological perspecti   Anti-social behaviour by children is addressed in a separate section of the Act and the rules regarding anti-social behaviour orders for children are different to the anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs) for adults.

The section of the Criminal Justice Act dealing with ASBOs for adults came into effect on 1 January Anti-social behaviour: criminal behaviour ordersby Practical Law Public Sector, with thanks to Richard Hanstock, Cornerstone BarristersRelated ContentA note on criminal behaviour orders introduced under Part 2 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act Free Practical Law trialTo access this resource, sign up for a free trial of Practical trialAlready registered??contextData=(t).

Anti-social behaviour: civil injunctionsby Practical Law Public Sector, with thanks to Richard Hanstock, Cornerstone BarristersRelated ContentA note on civil injunctions introduced under Part 1 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act This note covers procedural issues associated with applying for injunctions, breach and appealing against an Practical Law ASB Anti-social behaviour ASBOs Anti-Social Behaviour Orders BBC British Broadcasting Corporation BCS British Crime Survey BMJ British Medical Journal CCTV refers to closed circuit television cameras managed by Environmental Services CDRPs Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships CHP Centre for This paper sets out to critically explore the use of anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs) in relation to young people with learning disabilities.

It brings together an emerging body of evidence, from a range of sources, which suggests that these Bristol: Policy Press () 70pp.£pb ISBN ‐1‐‐‐2 The benefits or otherwise of anti‐social behaviour orders (ASBOs) have received scrutiny from a number of sources, including the Youth Justice Board and the National Audit Office, but only a partial picture has so far :// New guidance on the use of anti-social behaviour powers has been issued to ensure they are reasonably applied.

The Home Office told councils and police in England and Wales the laws should not be   This paper sets out to critically explore the use of anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs) in relation to young people with learning disabilities.

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Anti-social behaviour orders will assist considerably in tackling disorder and anti-social behaviour. Much more can and will be achieved, thus producing a better quality of life for our communities.2 There have been growing concerns in recent years about anti-social behaviour, disorder and its damaging effects on communities: in the Hopkins Burke Anti-social behaviour (ASB) has been a major preoccupation of New Labour's project of social and political renewal, with ASBOs a controversial addition to crime and disorder management powers.

Thought by some to be a dangerous extension of the power to criminalise, by others as a vital dimension of local governance, there remains a concerning lack of evidence as to whether or not they compound ?id=-O9gSXlbLuQC.Given the prominence of the term ‘anti-social behaviour’ in contemporary social, political and academic discourse(s), one could be forgiven the assumption that anti-social behaviour is solely a concern of contemporary Britain.

However, anti-social behaviour exists as a perennial and recurring feature of social life (Donoghue, ).