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The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill contains proposals in a range of areas, including anti-social behaviour, dangerous dogs, firearms offences, forced marriage, policing reforms, extradition and criminal justice. This Library Note provides a summary of the debates that took place on the Bill in the House of Commons at report stage and third reading. It identifies amendments made to the Bill at report stage and highlights, where appropriate, the conclusions of the recent report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights with regard to each part of the Bill.


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