Amendments proposed to the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill [Lords]- continued House of Commons

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Vera Baird
Mr Hilton Dawson
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

Ann KeenJulie Morgan

87

Clause     29,     page     17,     line     8,     after '28', insert 'and section [Domestic Violence Advocacy Service].'.


   

Mr Paul Goggins

90

*Clause     30,     page     17,     line     34,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   An authority specified in Schedule 6 that has functions in relation to an area outside England and Wales is within the Commissioner's remit only to the extent that it discharges its functions in relation to England and Wales.

    (1B)   Subsection (1A) does not apply in relation to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.'.


   

Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

4

Schedule     6,     page     36,     line     27,     at end insert—

    '9A   HM Treasury.

    9B   The Cabinet Office.'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

49

Schedule     6,     page     36,     line     31,     at end insert—

    '11A   The Police Service of Northern Ireland'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

50

Schedule     6,     page     36,     line     32,     at end insert—

    '12A   The National Criminal Intelligence Service

    12B   The National Crime Squad'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

51

Schedule     6,     page     36,     line     32,     at end insert—

    '12A   The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Constabulary

    12B   The Ministry of Defence Police'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

91

*Schedule     6,     page     37,     line     2,     at end insert—

     '13A The Ministry of Defence Police.'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

52

Schedule     6,     page     37,     line     2,     at end insert—

    '13A   Any authority that is maintaining a body of constables in England, Wales or Northern Ireland.'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

55

Schedule     6,     page     37,     line     13,     after 'court', insert '(including a court martial)'.


   

Mr Paul Goggins

72

Clause     31,     page     18,     line     7,     leave out paragraph (b) and insert—

      '(b) compliance with sections [Victims of persons sentenced to imprisonment or detention] to [Victims of persons subject to transfer direction and restriction direction];'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

53

Clause     31,     page     18,     line     17,     at end insert—

      '(e) a Member of Parliament for the constituency in which the victim, witness or other person affected by the offences is resident'.

   

Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

23

Clause     31,     page     18,     line     28,     leave out subsection (7) and insert—

    '(7)   Nothing in this section authorises the making of a disclosure which contravenes the Data Protection Act 1998 (c. 29).

    (7A)   Notwithstanding subsection (7), any disclosure or processing of information under subsection (1) for the purposes set out in subsection (2) in performance of functions referred to in section 13 shall be deemed to be necessary to be processed for the exercise of any such functions for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998, in particular Section 35 (disclosures required by law or made in connection with legal proceedings etc) and schedules 1 (data protection principles), 2 (conditions relevant for the purposes of the first principle: Processing of any personal data) and 3 (conditions relevant for the purposes of the first principle: Processing of sensitive personal data) of that Act'.


   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

36

Clause     33,     page     19,     line     30,     at end add—

    '(3)   The Secretary of State may exempt victims of domestic violence and their dependants who are subject to immigration control from the restriction on public funds to enable them to access emergency accommodation and living costs, and may recover such funds from the sponsor (as defined by section 113 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999) of the victim.'.

   

Vera Baird
Mr Hilton Dawson
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

Ann KeenJulie Morgan

88

Clause     33,     page     19,     line     30,     at end add—

    '(3)   The Secretary of State may make grants to voluntary organisations under this section for the purpose of providing appropriate protection and support services for children who have suffered impairment due to seeing or hearing ill-treatment of another person. Any payments will be subject to such conditions as he considers appropriate.'.


   

Mr Hilton Dawson

71

Schedule     7,     page     38,     line     3,     at end insert—

       'In section 50 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (Age of criminal responsibility) as amended by the Children and Young Persons Act 1963 for the word "ten" substitute "thirteen".'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

62

Schedule     7,     page     38,     leave out line 34 and insert—

      'In section 13A of the Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 (appeal against finding of unfitness to be tried), in subsection (1), for "the jury has returned" substitute "there has been".

      In section 19(1A)(a) of that Act'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

63

Schedule     7,     page     39,     line     4,     at end insert—

     'In section 81 of that Act (power of Crown Court to grant bail), in subsection (1A), for "or 15" substitute ", 15 or 16A".'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

64

Schedule     7,     page     40,     line     32,     at end insert—

      'In section 10 of that Act (which makes equivalent provision for Northern Ireland), in subsection (7), for the words "a jury in Northern Ireland has returned" substitute "in Northern Ireland there has been".'.

   

Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Vera Baird

26

Schedule     7,     page     41,     leave out lines 14 to 16 and insert—

    '"(4A)   A court considering whether to make an occupation order shall also consider whether to exercise the power conferred by subsection (2)(b) and, whenever violence has been used or threatened, or where there is a risk of significant harm to the applicant or any relevant child, must use the power conferred by subsection (2)(b) to make a non-molestation order.".'.

   

Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

17

Schedule     7,     page     41,     line     14,     leave out from 'shall' to end of line 16 and insert 'use the power conferred by subsection (2)(b) to make a non-molestation order, whenever violence has been used or threatened, or where there is a risk of significant harm to the applicant or any relevant child'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

65

Schedule     7,     page     41,     line     33,     at end insert—

    '( ) In subsection (4), for "it were an order of the court" substitute "the court had made an occupation order or a non-molestation order in terms corresponding to those of the undertaking".'.

   

Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Eleanor Laing
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

16

Schedule     7,     page     42,     line     16,     at end insert—

    '(4)   In paragraph (b) of the definition of "relative" in section 63(1) of Part 4 of the Family Law Act 1996, insert "cousins".'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

75

Schedule     7,     page     43,     line     7,     at end insert—

     '35A The Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000 (c. 43) is amended as follows.

      35B Section 69 (duties in connection with victims of certain offences) (which is superseded by section [Victims of persons sentenced to imprisonment or detention]) is repealed.'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

76

Schedule     7,     page     43,     line     8,     leave out from '4' to '(offences'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

66

Schedule     7,     page     43,     line     32,     at end insert—

    '( ) In paragraph 172, for "63" substitute "63A".'.

   

Mr Paul Goggins

67

Schedule     7,     page     43,     line     38,     at end insert—

     '39A In section 50 of that Act (application of Part 7 to Northern Ireland), in subsection (13), for paragraphs (a) to (c) substitute—

          "(a) for "section 4A of the Criminal Procedure (Insanity) Act 1964" substitute "Article 49A of the Mental Health (Northern Ireland) Order 1986", and

          (b) for "that section" substitute "that Article"."'.


   

Mr Paul Goggins

77

Schedule     8,     page     45,     line     45,     column     2,     at beginning insert—

'Section 69.'.


   

Mr Paul Goggins

68

Schedule     9,     page     47,     line     12,     leave out 'and 39' and insert ', 39 and 39A'.


   

Mr Paul Goggins

81

Clause     38,     page     20,     line     18,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   Section [Recovery of criminal injuries compensation from offenders] also extends to Scotland.'.

 
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