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Policing and Crime Act 2009

Section 107 Relevant offences for the purposes of Part 2 of 1989 Act

576.Section 107 adds to the list of relevant offences for England and Wales failing to comply with a requirement made on initially reporting to the police in respect of an English and Welsh imposed order and knowingly making false statements in relation to an application for an exemption to the English and Welsh enforcing authority. The section also includes those offences extended to England and Wales in respect of the Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2006 by virtue of section 106.

577.The offences listed in Schedule 1 to the 1989 Act are offences in relation to which English and Welsh courts may seek football banning orders (or the extension of existing banning orders) on conviction.

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