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Public Safety (Public Protection) Orders Bill

September 24, 2013 at 11:40 AM

This bill aims to empower the High Court to issue a public protection order to detain a person in a secure facility, who still poses a very high risk of imminent and serious sexual or violent reoffending at the end of his/her prison sentence or  an extended supervision order.

You can check this Parliament page for details on the submissions process.

Your submissions must reach the Justice and Electoral Committee by 1 November 2013.

Category: White Paper for vulnerable children