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9 minutes ago, 0bserver said:

Is there still such a thing as exclusion orders on the island and if so are they actively used by the powers that be?

Yes, usually applied to some Scouse scally.

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27 minutes ago, 0bserver said:

Is there still such a thing as exclusion orders on the island and if so are they actively used by the powers that be?

Do you mean banned from the Island or as in keeping someone away from someone else? 

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1 hour ago, 0bserver said:

Is there still such a thing as exclusion orders on the island and if so are they actively used by the powers that be?

Yes, here's one from last week:

Deemster Cook sentenced Badley to three years and two months for the production of cannabis to the island, as well as handing down a two-year concurrent sentence for possession with intent to supply.

Badley will be released from prison at the halfway stage of his sentence, at which point he will be subject to a five-year exclusion order from the island.

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8 hours ago, Roxanne said:

Do you mean banned from the Island or as in keeping someone away from someone else? 

As in banning from the island. 

I was talking to someone yesterday and the subject came up, they thought they were no longer a thing. 

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8 hours ago, Katman said:

Exclusion Order Act

Exclusion Orders are still handed out by the courts, you see them mentioned in the papers on a regular basis.

How regularly?

Around the time of the new prison being built we were going gang busters with them. They were a weekly occurrence. The DHA negotiated with the prisoner transfer contractor to assist, and the prison really helped too as they were really resource intensive.

And then they sort of seemed to go out of fashion. The tempo really dropped off. They were very challenging, and there were a few cock ups along the way due to that.

 

I'd be interested to see how many there are these days. I remember one chap, a Turkish National, who really didn't want to go! And what do you do at the other end with them. If they are escorted, out of the territorial waters constables have no jurisdiction. At the other end if it is a dangerous offender then there is a duty to inform the local force. 

Rather than managing the issue, it was effectively sloping shoulders and firing it off to the UK. 

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