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(1)The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (c. 37) is amended as follows.
(2)In section 8(1)(a) (power to make parenting order where a child safety order is made), at the end insert “or the court determines on an application under section 12(6) below that a child has failed to comply with any requirement included in such an order”.
(3)In section 11(4) (maximum period permitted for child safety orders), for the words from “three months” to the end substitute “twelve months”.
(4)In section 12, omit subsections (6)(a) and (7) (power to make care order on breach of child safety order).
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