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Paedophiles and the Crime and Disorder Bill

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Paedophiles and the Crime and Disorder Bill. / Gillespie, Alisdair.

In: Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, No. 1, 1998.

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Gillespie A. Paedophiles and the Crime and Disorder Bill. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues. 1998;(1).

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Gillespie, Alisdair. / Paedophiles and the Crime and Disorder Bill. In: Web Journal of Current Legal Issues. 1998 ; No. 1.

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title = "Paedophiles and the Crime and Disorder Bill",
abstract = "The Government has announced its first major law and order Bill - the Crime and Disorder Bill ({"}the Bill{"}). Parts of it will affect those convicted of sexual offences against children but how appropriate or useful are these measures?In effect there are two aspects of the Bill which relate to paedophiles; that of the sex offender orders (clauses 2 to 4) and that of the extended licensing arrangements (clauses 46 and 47.)",
author = "Alisdair Gillespie",
year = "1998",
language = "English",
journal = "Web Journal of Current Legal Issues",
issn = "1360-1326",
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PY - 1998

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N2 - The Government has announced its first major law and order Bill - the Crime and Disorder Bill ("the Bill"). Parts of it will affect those convicted of sexual offences against children but how appropriate or useful are these measures?In effect there are two aspects of the Bill which relate to paedophiles; that of the sex offender orders (clauses 2 to 4) and that of the extended licensing arrangements (clauses 46 and 47.)

AB - The Government has announced its first major law and order Bill - the Crime and Disorder Bill ("the Bill"). Parts of it will affect those convicted of sexual offences against children but how appropriate or useful are these measures?In effect there are two aspects of the Bill which relate to paedophiles; that of the sex offender orders (clauses 2 to 4) and that of the extended licensing arrangements (clauses 46 and 47.)

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JO - Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

JF - Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

SN - 1360-1326

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