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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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The teenager was already subject to an anti-social behaviour order banning him from interfering with cars.
Through our work with Knowsley council, we have been successful in obtaining the criminal anti-social behaviour order, which will allow us to try to prevent this kind of behaviour in the future - and send a strong message to offenders.
She jailed him for a total of one year and imposed the five-year Criminal Anti-Social Behaviour Order.
He was jailed at Warwick Crown Court after admitting burglary, escaping from custody, breaching an anti-social behaviour order and three charges of theft.
The Cathays area from which the teenager has been banned includes the area bordered by North Roath, Dumfries Place, Newport Road, Waterloo Road, Allensbank Road, Crwys Road, and then Crown Way back on to North Road The anti-social behaviour order comes after 14-year-old Tyrone Pooley, from Splott, Cardiff, was givenasimilar ban at CardiffYouth Court because of his disruptive behaviour.
CRASBOs are much the same as Anti-Social Behaviour Orders but can be applied for once someone has been convicted of a crime.
She was handed a 40-hour community punishment order for the rhubarb attack on her brother and a six year anti-social behaviour order.
John Logue, 26, of Bilton, Rugby, appeared before magistrates charged with breaking the terms of an anti-social behaviour order, criminal damage and affray.
The extent of the problem with youth crime was highlighted yesterday when a ten-year-old Walsall boy was subjected to an anti-social behaviour order (ASBO).
Martin Garratt, 28, of Coatham Road, Redcar, given a two-year Anti-social Behaviour Order for acts committed between January 1 and March 14, 2008 in and around Redcar.
The teenager, from Hednesford, near Cannock, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was handed a two year anti-social behaviour order back in January with a condition not to enter part of Hednesford.
Another section of an Anti-Social Behaviour Order (Asbo) also banned Taylor from carrying motor fuel in a public place.