Anti-social order;In brief

17th December 1999 at 00:00
A NOTTINGHAM boy convicted 55 times in the last two years has been made the subject of an anti-social behaviour order which will last for two years under the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act.

Nottingham City Council applied for the order against the 14-year-old because it said the courts had failed to protect the community from him. If he breaches the order he can be taken back to court and sentenced.

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