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Cornerstone on Anti-Social Behaviour: The New Law


ISBN13: 9781780438146
Published: March 2015
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £65.00



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Cornerstone on Anti-Social Behaviour: The New Law is a practical guide to the new toolkit introduced by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

It clearly explains, through the use of case studies, practical examples and tactical advice how the new tools operate and how they may be used to best effect.

The book covers each aspect of the new anti-social behaviour toolkit. It explains what the new powers are, how they differ from the old and how they can be applied in practice. It sets out the existing case law relating to ASBOs and ASBIs and considers the extent to which this will be relevant to the new powers.

Each chapter contains helpful textboxes dealing with FAQs and worked examples. There are sections on Human Rights, vulnerable Defendants and proportionality defences as well as advice on evidence.

The book is supplemented by a series of appendices which include the relevant statutory materials and the Home Office Guidance for Frontline Professionals. There are useful precedents and a list of specimen prohibitions and positive requirements for common problems.

It is the essential source of reference for anyone involved in tackling anti-social behaviour.

Subjects:
Local Government Law, Criminal Law, Housing Law
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. The New Legislative Framework
3. The Civil Injunction to Prevent Anti-Social Behaviour
4. Criminal Behaviour Orders
5. Dispersal Powers for the Police
6. Community Protection Notices
7. Public Spaces Protection Orders
8. Closure Orders
9. The New Grounds for Possession
10. The Community Trigger, ASB Case Reviews, the Community Remedy Document

Appendices:
1. Material provisions of the ASBCPA 2014
2. Civil procedure rules on civil injunctions
3. Precedents:
a. Draft application for a civil injunction
b. Examples of prohibitions and positive requirements
c. Draft injunction order
d. Closure notice
e. Closure order
f. Notice of Seeking Possession for the mandatory grounds of possession
4. Statutory Guidance for Frontline Professionals
5. Guidance for chief officers of police about the exercise of the dispersal powers
6. Useful links and contacts