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The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 (Commencement No. 5 and Transitional Provisions) Order 1995

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Article 2(1)

SCHEDULE 1PROVISIONS OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC ORDER ACT 1994 COMING INTO FORCE ON 3RD FEBRUARY 1995

Provisions of the ActSubject matter of provisions
Section 17Maximum length of detention for young offenders.
Section 18Accommodation of young offenders sentenced to custody for life.
Section 23Arrest of young persons in breach of conditions of remand.
Section 24Police detention of young persons.
Sections 31 to 33Evidence: imputations on character and corroboration.
Sections 40 to 43Juries.
Section 46Criminal damage: summary trial.
Section 47Fines: deduction from income support.
Section 48Sentencing: guilty pleas.
Section 49Publication of reports in young offender cases.
Section 50Child testimony.
Section 51Intimidation, etc. of witnesses, jurors, etc.
Section 64(1) to (3), so far as relating to powers conferred on a constable by section 63Supplementary powers of entry.
Section 66(6) and (10) to (13) and section 67(3), (4), (5), (8) and (9)Power of court to forfeit sound equipment and retention and charges for seized property.
Sections 72 to 74Squatters.
Sections 84 to 87Obscene publications and indecent photographs of children.
Sections 88 and 91Video recordings.
Section 92Obscene, offensive or annoying telephone calls: increase in penalty.
Sections 102 to 117 and Schedule 6Scottish prisons.
Sections 129 to 135Miscellaneous amendments: Scotland.
Sections 136 to 141Cross–border enforcement.
Section 152Powers of search by authorised employees in prisons.
Section 153Prohibited articles in Scottish prisons.
Section 154Offence of causing intentional harassment, alarm or distress.
Section 155Offence of racially inflammatory publication, etc. to be arrestable.
Section 157 and Schedule 8Increase in penalties for certain offences.
Section 160Constabulary powers in United Kingdom waters.
Section 161Procuring disclosure of, and selling, computer– held personal information.
Section 162Access to computer material by constables and other enforcement officers.
Section 163Local authority powers to provide closed–circuit television.
Section 164Serious fraud.
Section 168, to the extent necessary to bring into force the provisions of Schedules 9, 10 and 11 to the extent specified respectively below.Minor and consequential amendments and repeals.
Section 169Power of the Secretary of State to make payments or grants in relation to crime prevention, etc.
Section 170Security costs at party conferences.
Schedule 9, to the extent specified in Appendix A below.Minor amendments.
Schedule 10, to the extent specified in Appendix B below.Consequential amendments.
Schedule 11, to the extent specified in Appendix C below.Repeals.

APPENDIX APROVISIONS OF SCHEDULE 9 COMING INTO FORCE ON 3RD FEBRUARY 1995

All the provisions of Schedule 9 so far as not already in force, save for paragraphs 37(3) and 38.

APPENDIX BPROVISIONS OF SCHEDULE 10 COMING INTO FORCE ON 3RD FEBRUARY 1995

The following paragraphs of Schedule 10: paragraphs 7, 8, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 25, 27, 28, 29, 31, 37, 38, 45, 47, 52, 63 (so far as not already in force), 64 (so far as not already in force) and 68.

APPENDIX CPROVISIONS OF SCHEDULE 11 COMING INTO FORCE ON 3RD FEBRUARY 1995

The provisions of Schedule 11, so far as not already in force, so far as it relates to the following enactments:

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