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#ASBOs

From TheJournal.ie Fewer than 1,000 ASBOs were handed out last year - why? ANTI-SOCIAL

Fewer than 1,000 ASBOs were handed out last year - why?

Renua’s John Leahy wants the orders handed out like parking tickets.

From TheJournal.ie ASBOs can change perception that 'out of control' O'Connell Street is unsafe Safe Streets

ASBOs can change perception that 'out of control' O'Connell Street is unsafe

The Dublin City Business Improvement District think ASBOs will improve Dublin’s anti-social behaviour issues, but a Dublin City Councillor said he isn’t convinced.

From TheJournal.ie Man jailed for breaching ASBO five times City Centre Ban

Man jailed for breaching ASBO five times

It is the first prison sentence imposed by the State because of anti-social behaviour orders.

From TheJournal.ie Just two ASBOS issued since 2010 as much-criticised system is shunned ANTI-SOCIAL

Just two ASBOS issued since 2010 as much-criticised system is shunned

However most than 3,500 behaviour warnings, the first step to an ASBO, have been issued – including 1,200 to children.

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: Why have just seven ASBOs been issued in Ireland in five years? ASBOs

Explainer: Why have just seven ASBOs been issued in Ireland in five years?

While thousands were issued in the UK in the years before they were overhauled recently, the use of Anti-Social Behaviour Orders in Ireland has been minuscule. So are they working and do we still need them? TheJournal.ie investigates…

From TheJournal.ie New measures to replace anti-social behaviour orders in England and Wales ASBOs

New measures to replace anti-social behaviour orders in England and Wales

The orders have been criticised as being used by some offending youths as a badge of honour and having little practical impact on communities affected by anti-social behaviour.