Where the Crown Court in England and Wales1 is dealing with a person aged 18 or over2 who:
(1) has been convicted by or before a magistrates' court of having committed a serious offence3 in England and Wales4 and has been committed to the Crown Court to be dealt with5; or
(2) has been convicted by or before the Crown Court of having committed a serious offence in England and Wales6,
the court may, in addition to dealing with the person in relation to the offence, on application7 make a serious crime prevention order if it has reasonable grounds to
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