The High Court in England and Wales may1 vary a serious crime prevention order2 if it has reasonable grounds to believe that the terms of the order as varied would protect the public3 by preventing, restricting or disrupting involvement, by the person who is the subject of the order, in serious crime in England and Wales4. An application for variation may be made by the relevant applicant authority5, the person who is the subject of the order6 or any other person7.
The High Court in England and Wales may also8 discharge a serious crime prevention order in England and Wales
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