The High Court in England and Wales may make a serious crime prevention order1 if it is satisfied that a person aged 18 or over2 has been involved in serious crime (whether in England and Wales or elsewhere)3 and it has reasonable grounds to believe that the order would protect the public4 by preventing, restricting or disrupting involvement by the person in serious crime in England and Wales5. Such an order may be made only on application6, and may contain such prohibitions, restrictions or requirements and such other terms as the court considers appropriate for the purpose of protecting
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