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

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Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     30,     line     30     [Clause     45],     leave out 'criminal'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     30,     line     35     [Clause     46],     after 'means' insert '(a)'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     30,     line     35     [Clause     46],     after 'offence' insert ', or

      (b) a victim of anti-social behaviour'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     30,     line     36     [Clause     46],     after '(2)' insert '(a)'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     30,     line     41     [Clause     46],     leave out 'criminal' and insert 'relevant'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     2     [Clause     46],     leave out 'criminal' and insert 'relevant'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     4     [Clause     46],     leave out 'criminal' and insert 'relevant'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     9     [Clause     46],     leave out 'criminal' and insert 'relevant'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     11     [Clause     46],     leave out 'criminal' and insert 'relevant'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     13     [Clause     46],     leave out 'criminal' and insert 'relevant'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     14     [Clause     46],     after '(4) insert '— (a)'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     16     [Clause     46],     after 'proceedings' insert—

      '(b) a person is a defendant in relation to any other relevant proceedings if he might be, has been or might have been the subject of an order made in those proceedings.'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     31,     line     16     [Clause     46],     at end insert—

    '(7)   In subsections (4) to (6) "relevant proceedings" means—

      (a) criminal proceedings;

      (b) proceedings of any other kind in respect of anti-social behaviour.

    (8)   For the purposes of this section—

      (a) "anti-social behaviour" means behaviour by a person which causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as the person;

      (b) a person is a victim of anti-social behaviour if the behaviour has caused him harassment, alarm or distress and he is not of the same household as the person who engages in the behaviour.'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     32,     line     7     [Clause     48],     after 'victims' insert 'of offences or anti-social behaviour'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     32,     line     7     [Clause     48],     after 'witnesses' insert 'of offences or anti-social behaviour'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     32,     line     8     [Clause     48],     after 'offences' insert 'or anti-social behaviour'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     32,     line     29     [Clause     49],     after first 'offences' insert 'or anti-social behaviour'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     32,     line     29     [Clause     49],     after second 'offences' insert 'or anti-social behaviour'.


   

Vera Baird

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*Page     33,     line     15     [Clause     50],     at end insert—

    '(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 Secretary Blunkett

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Page     36     [Clause     56],     leave out line 28.


   

Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mr Dominic Grieve

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*Page     37,     line     8     [Clause     56],     at end insert—

       'This subsection does not apply to the amendment in paragraph 60 of Schedule 10 (which accordingly extends to England and Wales only)'.'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     62,     line     24     [Schedule     4],     leave out from 'in' to end of line 25 and insert 'proceedings for or in connection with any criminal offence'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

31

Page     63,     line     5     [Schedule     4],     leave out from 'in' to end of line 7 and insert 'proceedings for or in connection with any criminal offence'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     67,     line     26     [Schedule     5],     at end insert—

      'In Schedule 13 to the 2003 Act (transfer of suspended sentence orders to Scotland or Northern Ireland), in paragraph 12 (modifications of Schedule 12), after sub-paragraph (5) insert—

      "(5A) In paragraph 6(3)(b), the words "before a magistrates' court acting for the petty sessions area in which the offender resides or, if it is not known where he resides," are omitted."'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

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Page     74,     line     32     [Schedule     9],     at end insert—

     '12A The National Criminal Intelligence Service.

     12B The National Crime Squad.'.


   

Mr Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

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Page     75,     line     3     [Schedule     9],     at end insert—

    '( ) The Police Service of Northern Ireland'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

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Page     75,     line     3     [Schedule     9],     at end insert—

    '( ) The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Constabulary'.

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mrs Cheryl Gillan

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Page     75,     line     3     [Schedule     9],     at end insert—

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

   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

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Page     75,     line     14     [Schedule     9],     after 'court', insert '(including a court martial)'.


   

Vera Baird

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*Page     80     [Schedule     10],     leave out lines 35 to 37 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.'.


   

Mr David Heath
Sandra Gidley

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Page     86,     line     7     [Schedule     11],     at end insert—

'Criminal Justice Act 1925
(c. 86)
Section 41'.


ORDER OF THE HOUSE [14TH JUNE 2004]

That the following provisions shall apply to the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill [Lords]:

Committal

    1.   The Bill shall be committed to a Standing Committee.

Proceedings in Standing Committee

    2.   Proceedings in the Standing Committee shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion on Tuesday 6th July 2004.

    3.   The Standing Committee shall have leave to sit twice on the first day on which it meets.

Consideration and Third Reading

    4.   Proceedings on consideration shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion one hour before the moment of interruption on the day on which those proceedings are commenced.

    5.   Proceedings on Third Reading shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion at the moment of interruption on that day.

    6.   Sessional Order B (programming committees) made on 28th June 2001 shall not apply to proceedings on consideration and Third Reading.

Other proceedings

    7.   Any other proceedings on the Bill (including any proceedings on consideration of Lords Amendments or on any further message from the Lords) may be programmed.


 
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