Consultation outcome

Community Remedy consultation

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Community Remedy consultation response

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Detail of outcome

Government response to the Community Remedy consultation

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 13 November 2012 12:00am to
7 March 2013 11:45pm

Summary

This consultation sought views on proposals to introduce legislation to allow police and crime commissioners.

Documents

Draft Antisocial Behaviour Bill

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Impact assessment: introducing the community remedy

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Impact assessment: reform of the antisocial behaviour toolkit, CBO, CPI and dispersal powers

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Impact assessment: reform of antisocial behaviour powers

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Impact assessment: new powers to speed up eviction for serious antisocial behaviour

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Consultation description

This consultation sought views on proposals to introduce legislation to allow police and crime commissioners (or the relevant local policing body) to give victims of low-level crime (such as low-level criminal damage and low-value thefts) and antisocial behaviour a say in the punishment of the offender.

The Community Remedy consultation will gather knowledge, expertise and opinions of policing and criminal justice stakeholders, and the public more widely, to ensure that the final policy takes account of the potential impact of the changes on all affected parties.

We want to make sure that victims and the public agree that the punishments used are meaningful. We propose to do this through the introduction of the Community Remedy approach, which is outlined in our online form (now closed).

This would be used when low level crimes and antisocial behaviours were dealt with out of court - either as part of an informal community resolution or a more formal conditional caution.

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