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Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014

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  1. Introduction

  2. Summary

  3. Background

    1. Parts 1 to 6: Anti-social Behaviour

      1. What is anti-social behaviour?

      2. Consultation

      3. Putting victims first: More effective responses to anti-social behaviour

      4. Pre-legislative scrutiny

      5. Recovery of possession of dwelling-houses on anti-social behaviour grounds

      6. The Community Remedy

    2. Part 7: Dangerous Dogs

    3. Part 8: Firearms

      1. Firearms control

      2. Firearms licensing – Persons previously convicted of crime

      3. Firearms licensing – British Transport Police

    4. Part 9: Protection from sexual harm and violence

      1. Sexual harm prevention orders and sexual risk orders,

      2. Use of premises for child sex offences

      3. Violent offender orders

    5. Part 10: Forced marriage

    6. Part 11: Policing

      1. College of Policing

      2. Review bodies for police remuneration

      3. Independent Police Complaints Commission

      4. Appointment of chief officers of police

      5. Financial arrangements for chief officers of police

      6. Local commissioning of services

      7. Power to take further fingerprints or non-intimate samples

      8. Power to retain fingerprints or DNA profile in connection with different offence

      9. Retention of personal samples that are or may be disclosable

      10. Power to seize invalid passports

      11. Port and border controls

      12. Inspection of the Serious Fraud Office

      13. Fees for criminal record certificates

      14. Powers of community support officers

      15. Use of amplified noise equipment in vicinity of the Palace of Westminster

    7. Part 12: Extradition

    8. Part 13: Criminal Justice and Court Fees

      1. Compensation for miscarriages of justice

      2. Low-value shop theft

      3. Marital coercion

      4. Victim Surcharge

      5. Court and tribunal fees

  4. Territorial Extent and Application

  5. Commentary on Sections

    1. Part 1: Injunctions

    2. Part 2: Criminal behaviour orders

    3. Part 3: Dispersal powers

    4. Part 4, Chapter 1: Community protection notices

    5. Part 4, Chapter 2: Public spaces protection orders

    6. Part 4, Chapter 3: Closure of premises associated with nuisance or disorder

    7. Part 5: Recovery of possession of dwelling-houses: anti-social behaviour grounds

      1. Section 94: New ground for serious offences or breach of prohibitions

      2. Section 95: Notice requirements for new ground

      3. Section 96: Review requirements for new ground

      4. Section 97: Corresponding new ground and notice requirements for assured tenancies

      5. Section 98: Conduct causing nuisance to landlords

      6. Section 99: Offences connected with riot

      7. Section 100: Restrictions where new possession proceedings in progress

    8. Part 6: Local involvement and accountability

      1. Section 101: The community remedy document

      2. Section 102: Anti-social behaviour : out of court disposals

      3. Section 103: Criminal behaviour: conditional cautions

      4. Section 104: Review of response to complaints

      5. Schedule 4: ASB case reviews: supplementary provision

      6. Section 105: ASB case reviews: interpretation

    9. Part 7: Dangerous Dogs

      1. Section 106: Keeping dogs under proper control

      2. Section 107: Whether a dog is a danger to public safety

    10. Part 8: Firearms

      1. Section 108: New offence of possessing firearm for supply

      2. Section 109: Functions of Scottish Ministers under Firearms Acts

      3. Section 110: Possession of firearms by persons previously convicted of crime

      4. Section 111: Increased penalty for improper importation of firearms

      5. Section 112: British Transport Police: Crown status under Firearms Act 1968

    11. Part 9: Protection from sexual harm and violence

      1. Section 113: Sexual harm protection orders and risk of sexual harm orders,

      2. Schedule 5: Amendments to Parts 2 and 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003

      3. Section 114: Saving and transitional provisions

      4. Section 115: Closure powers in respect of premises used for child sexual exploitation

      5. Schedule 6: Amendments to Part 2A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003

      6. Section 116: Information about guests at hotels believed to be used for child sexual exploitation

      7. Section 117: Appeals

      8. Section 118: Offences

      9. Section 119: Violent offender orders

    12. Part 10: Forced marriage

      1. Section 120: Offence of breaching of a forced marriage protection order

      2. Section 121: Offence of forced marriage: England and Wales

      3. Section 122: Offence of forced marriage: Scotland

    13. Part 11: Policing

      1. College of Policing

        1. Section 123: Regulations to be prepared or approved by the College

        2. Section 124: Codes of Practice issued by the College

        3. Section 125: Guidance by the College about employment of civilian staff

        4. Section 126: Power to give directions to the College

        5. Section 127: Charging of fees by the College

        6. Section 128: Appointment of senior officers as members of staff of the College

        7. Section 129: Disclosure of information to the College

        8. Section 130: The College and the

      2. Review bodies for police remuneration

        1. Section 131: Abolition of Police Negotiating Board for the United Kingdom

        2. Section 132: Establishment of Police Remuneration Review Body

        3. Schedule 7: Schedule to be inserted as Schedule 4B to the Police Act 1996

        4. Section 133: Consultation about regulations: England and Wales

        5. Section 134: Consultation about regulations: Northern Ireland

      3. Independent Police Complaints Commission

        1. Section 135: Application of provisions to contractors

        2. Section 136: Application to of provisions about investigation of offences

        3. Section 137: Provision of information to

        4. Section 138: Unsatisfactory performance procedures following investigation of death or serious injury matter

        5. Section 139: Recommendations by and requirement to respond

        6. Section 140: Appointment of chief officers of police

        7. Section 141: Financial arrangements for chief officers of police

        8. Section 142: Grants to local policing bodies

        9. Section 143: Powers of local policing bodies to provide or commission services

        10. Section 144: Power to take further fingerprints or non-intimate samples

        11. Section 145: Power to retain fingerprints or DNA profile in connection with different offence

        12. Section 146: Retention of personal samples that are or may be disclosable

        13. Section 145: Powers to seize invalid passports

        14. Schedule 8: Powers to seize invalid passports

        15. Section 148: Port and border controls

        16. Schedule 9: Port and border controls

        17. Section 149: Inspection of the Serious Fraud Office

        18. Section 150 Jurisdiction of Investigatory Powers Tribunal over Surveillance Commissioners

        19. Section 151: Fees for criminal record certificates

        20. Section 152: Powers of community support officers

        21. Schedule 10: Powers of community support officers

        22. Section 153: Use of amplified noise in vicinity of the Palace of Westminster

        23. Section 154: Littering from vehicles

    14. Part 12: Extradition

      1. Section 155: Date of extradition hearing

      2. Section 156: Extradition barred if no prosecution decision in requesting territory

      3. Section 157: Proportionality

      4. Section 158: Hostage-taking considerations

      5. Section 159: Request for temporary transfer

      6. Section 160: Appeals

      7. Section 161: Judge informed after extradition hearing or order that person is charged with offence or serving sentence in United Kingdom

      8. Section 162: Asylum

      9. Section 163: Consent to extradition not to be taken as a waiver of speciality rights

      10. Section 164: Definition of “extradition offence”

      11. Section 165: Extradition to the United Kingdom to be sentenced or to serve a sentence

      12. Section 166: Detention of extradited person for trial in England and Wales for other offences

      13. Section 167: Proceedings on deferred warrant or request

      14. Section 168: Non- extradition: transit through the United Kingdom

      15. Section 169: Extradition to a territory that is party to an international Convention

      16. Section 170: Electronic transmission of European arrest warrant

      17. Section 171: Discount on sentence for time spent in custody awaiting extradition: England and Wales

      18. Section 172: Discount on sentence for time spent in custody awaiting extradition: Scotland

      19. Section 173: Discount on sentence for time spent in custody awaiting extradition: Northern Ireland

      20. Section 174: Criminal Procedure Rules to apply to extradition proceedings

    15. Part 13: Criminal Justice and Court Fees

      1. Section 175: Compensation for miscarriages of justice

      2. Section 176: Low-value shoplifting

      3. Section 177: Marital coercion

      4. Section 178: Protection arrangements for persons at risk

      5. Section 179: Surcharges: imprisonment in default and remission of fines

      6. Section 180: Court and tribunal fees

    16. Part 14: General

      1. Section 181: Amendments

      2. Schedule 11: Minor and consequential amendments

      3. Section 182: Orders and regulations

      4. Section 184: Extent

      5. Section 185: Commencement

      6. Section 186: Short title

  6. Commencement

  7. Hansard References

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