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Brown, Kevin (2007) Examining the introduction of legislation in Ireland to tackle juvenile anti-social behaviour. Probation Journal , 54 , (3) , pp. 239-250.

In July 2006, the Irish Parliament passed legislation aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour following a perceived increase in the problem. The new provisions are based on existing law and practice in England and Wales. However, the legislation includes a framework for dealing with juveniles that differs in a number of respects from that which exists in England and Wales. This article examines how the Irish legislation proposes to treat juveniles engaged in antisocial behaviour and contrasts this with the English approach.

 

Item Type:Article
Date:2007
Page Range:pp. 239-250
Publisher:Sage
Volume:54
Number:3
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Accession Number:HRB (Not in collection)
Subjects:MM-MO Crime and law > Criminality > Youth (juvenile) offending
MM-MO Crime and law > Law enforcement and the justice system
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
MM-MO Crime and law > Substance use laws

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