Restraining and Protection Orders

– in the House of Commons at 3:37 pm on 28th April 1999.

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Bridget Prentice accordingly presented a Bill to empower the courts to make orders which restrain the conduct or movements of a person convicted of certain criminal offences, for the purpose of protecting the victim of the offence; to make similar provision with respect to orders which require statutory agencies to provide services to certain persons; and for connected purposes: And the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time on Friday 7 May, and to be printed [Bill 93].