Legal Update: Antisocial behaviour law reforms

Christopher Sykes
Tuesday, March 5, 2013

The Antisocial Behaviour Bill 2012 proposes extensive changes, including to the use of injunctions on children. Christopher Sykes, legal officer at Coram Children's Legal Centre, examines the proposals

Opponents fear the use of injunctions could “fast-track” children and young people into the criminal justice system. Image: Becky Nixon/posed by models
Opponents fear the use of injunctions could “fast-track” children and young people into the criminal justice system. Image: Becky Nixon/posed by models

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