For the purposes of the making of a serious crime prevention order on conviction1 the offender is required to have been convicted of having committed a serious offence2 in England and Wales3, that is to say, an offence under the law of England and Wales4 which, at the time when the court is considering the application or matter in question, is an offence5 of or involving:
(1) drug trafficking and cultivation6;
(2) slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour7;
(3) people trafficking8;
(4) firearms offences9;
(5) prostitution and child sex10;
(6) armed robbery11;
(7) money laundering12;
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