In addition to the measures introduced by the Coronavirus Act 2020, the existing powers available to tackle anti-social behaviour can still be used.
In a series of three videos, Kuljit Bhogal, a member of the Cornerstone Barristers Public Law Team, explains how the powers work and how they are relevant to managing anti-social behaviour during the lockdown.
VIDEO 1 - Covid-19 and Community Protection Notices - please click here to access the video.
In this video Kuljit explains how Community Protection Notices, served under the powers found in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, could be used to tackle anti-social behaviour during the lockdown.
The other two videos, Covid-19 and Closure Orders and An introduction to Public Spaces Protection Orders, will be released shortly and published on our website.