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Anti-Social Behaviour Orders


Public authorities

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29 September 2009

Jordan Publishing



Anti-Social Behaviour Orders
A Special Bulletin, 4th edition

Anesh Pema and Sharon Heels


This timely special bulletin provides analysis of the legal framework in which ASBOs operate, as well as practical know-how on all aspects of ASBOs, from formulating protocols and creating multi-agency working groups to preparing and presenting the case in court, and dealing with breach of an ASBO.

In addition to the explanatory commentary, numerous practical materials such as draft applications, orders and notices are included, together with the new Home Office Guidance and the relevant statutory provisions as amended.

Local authorities, registered social landlords, the police, housing associations, youth offending teams, childcare professionals and legal advisers would all find this a useful reference text.


"the real strength of the book lies in the wealth of practical materials such as draft applications, orders and notices, together with the latest Home Office Guidance and the relevant statutory provisions ... essential ... for all those involved in the field"

New Law Journal

About the Authors

Anesh Pema is a Barrister at Zenith Chambers with extensive experience of representing and advising local authorities in anti-social behaviour order applications.

Sharon Heels is a senior housing management solicitor, specialising in anti-social behaviour, with Accent Group (a Bradford based social housing association with a nationwide stock base) and also sits as a Deputy District judge.