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ASBO

Brit anti-social behaviour order: a civil order made against a persistently anti-social individual which restricts his or her activitities or movements, a breach of which results in criminal charges
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Greater Manchester was once Britain's Asbo capital, but in 2012, just 38 Asbos were issued there.
Details of the Asbos are then sent to police to activate and repeat offenders with three or more Asbos against them must then be accompanied by police for any future hospital visits.
Sentencing bench chairman Kashmir Khangura said: "You are in regular work and the house is sold so you have no need to go there and the Asbo has expired.
In the Northumbria Police force patch, Ms Baird said, the number of Asbos issued has declined from 40 in one year to 10 in the last 12 months.
In 2006, dodgy builder James Bowes, from Arthur's Hill, became the first workman in the country to be given an Asbo to stop him targeting pensioners with his shoddy work.
By bringing Asbos against these eight - most of whom are adults, they are not kids - we have taken out the core group.
By contrast South Wales Police issued 360 Asbos but had a much higher breach rate of 6.
According to the notes contained in the officer's PDA, I was issued with an ASBO because I had given my name, address, place and date of birth, and I was driving a Volvo.
And other online vendors are seeking to sell similar T-shirts emblazoned with ASBO slogans - for older buyers.
Manchester has been crowned the ASBO capital of the UK - the city council has handed out more of the orders than any other local authority in Britain.
IN 1998 PRIME Minister Tony Blair added the word ASBO to the British lexicon.
You may know ASBO as the organization that provides professional development and networking support for people involved with running the business side of schools.