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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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Robert Anthony Waller, 18, of Arundel Road, Grangetown, given an anti-social behaviour order for anti-social behaviour.
But the council's Liberal Democrat leaders were urged to make more use of anti-social behaviour orders.
The original anti-social behaviour order was imposed on Turner in June 2002.
"Anti-social behaviour orders give individuals an opportunity to abide by the conditions and to change their behaviour.
The move comes as the Anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) is overhauled.
Daniel Pinder, aged 28, of Balsall Heath, was jailed for 26 weeks and given a twoyear criminal anti-social behaviour order (CRASBO) by Solihull Magistrates.
A SERIAL streaker yesterday avoided an anti-social behaviour order which would have banned him from exposing himself at public events.
Notorious purse snatcher William Armstrong has appeared in court accused of theft and breaching his anti-social behaviour order.
If someone is a persistent offender, they can be hit with an anti-social behaviour order. There is no need to create another tier of actions which are likely to be unworkable and create more, not less, trouble for the police.
A GREAT-GRANDFATHER who is believed to be the oldest man in Britain to be subject to an anti-social behaviour order yesterday told a court he was ``too intelligent'' to break it and risk being jailed.
Officers went to the village and subsequently arrested a girl on suspicion of breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order.
It would be punishable by an anti-social behaviour order and town councillors are seriously considering bringing in this draconian measure.