The Sofa Series | A Guide to Stalking Protection Orders and Knife Crime Prevention Orders | Anne Studd QC and Molly Joyce
In amongst the chaos of these uncertain times, sit down for a cup of tea from the comfort of your sofa and join 5EC for the 8th episode in ‘The Sofa Series’.
"A Guide to Stalking Protection Orders and Knife Crime Prevention Orders"
Wednesday 20th May at 2.30pm
Following recent media reports about a surge in cyber-stalking during the lockdown, and the potential for a rise in knife and violent crime when the lockdown restrictions start to be relaxed, Anne Studd QC and Molly Joyce will discuss two civil protection tools recently introduced to help police tackle these specific areas of offending.
This webinar will focus on providing practical guidance to police forces on how to successfully apply for these orders.
See below for some of the recent media reports on these issues:
- Surge in stalking victims seeking help during UK lockdown
- Women are isolated and scared: The rise in cyberstalking in lockdown Britain
- Knife crime in England and Wales rises to record high, ONS figures show
- Sadiq Khan warns of coronavirus crime rise if poverty not tackled
- Police visit London gang members at home to urge them to change lives during lockdown
- Knife Crime Prevention Orders to be trialled in London
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You can watch our previous webinars on our YouTube channel via the links below:
- Sitting down with... BDB Pitmans | Data Protection: best practice and damage limitation - Fiona Barton QC, Alex Ustych, Aaron Moss and Dennis Lee and Oliver Willis of BDB Pitmans
- Vicarious Liability: Where are we now? - Richard Oulton and Robert Cohen
- Infomation Law: Morrison Supermarkets & other cases - Alex Ustych, Aaron Moss and John Goss
- 'A Whistle Stop Tour of the New Police Misconduct Regime' - Simon Walsh and Bobby Talalay
- 'Coronavirus Regulations: Policing the Restrictions' - Charlotte Ventham, Emma Price, Remi Reichhold and Jennifer Wright
- 'Employment Law Issues and COVID-19' - Alastair Hodge and Claire Palmer
- 'The Coronavirus Bill and powers of the State' - Barney Branston