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Tag: DRAFT LEGISLATION

Showing Stories from 11th June 2012 to 6th September 2021
(06/09/21) Pet theft: a new abduction offence and the need for better data
Time limit on common assault 'should start from reporting of offence to forces'

Time limit on common assault 'should start from reporting of offence to forces'

(06/07/21) Many domestic abuse victims are 'timed out' from bringing prosecutions.

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Law on unauthorised encampments 'puts police in difficult position'

Law on unauthorised encampments 'puts police in difficult position'

(20/05/21) NPCC lead says police are not seeking any additional legislation to deal with issue.

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RUI arrangements will still be retained for

RUI arrangements will still be retained for "exceptional cases"

(18/05/21) Home Office and MoJ also explain details of "modest reset" of police public order powers.

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(21/01/21) Justice committee has 'serious concerns' new orders are unworkable (12/01/21) Force will need 'further consultation' on new domestic abuse notices (06/01/21) Peers say threat of sharing intimate images should be made an offence (24/09/20) CHIS law to provide 'clear statutory basis' for undercover activity (17/09/20) Getting tough on crime again (14/09/20) SVROs to allow knife crime stop and search without suspicion (14/07/20) Busy autumn could be turning point for officer welfare, says Apter (05/02/20) New legislation would give officers clearer power of arrest of fugitives (14/01/20) Online Harms Bill to be introduced into House of Lords (16/11/19) Europe's busiest port imposes drone 'no fly' zone as security measure (25/08/18) Female detainees must be provided menstrual products, says new legislation (11/06/12) Forced Marriage 'Will Apply In Civil And Criminal Law'
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