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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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A casefile review in Scotland showed that 55% of those given ASBOs had substance abuse, mental health or learning disability problems.
Among the conditions of the Asbo, he also must not remove any object from any premises without the express consent of the owner.
Store manager Karen Logan, from Newcastle city centre, believes scrapping traditional Asbos will cause more trouble.
If a bunch of Asbo types is blocking the pavement, walk straight at them.
Offenders in the Gwent courts area were the most likely to breach their Asbo, with nearly two thirds failing to keep to the order.
Mr McLoughlin has called on the new Justice Minister to follow the lead of the coalition government in the UK and bin the ASBO experiment.
Today's ECHO features a story about eight individuals who have been handed Asbos - yet another indication that anti-social behaviour is a continuing blight on our communities.
The department is reviewing the use of Asbos. Campaigners are concerned the measures criminalise young people.
"This time around, Tory Home Secretary Theresa May is wrongly claiming that Asbos don't work.
Now, two years after receiving his order, Ashton says his ASBO has helped him to turn his life around.
He said he hoped Nuneaton and Bed-worth would follow neighbouring Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council by publishing the full details of everyone given an ASBO.
POLICE chiefs in the region have denied going soft on Asbos after new figures revealed the number issued has more than halved in some areas.