banning order

banning order

an order made on an offender prohibiting that person from entering premises to watch a football match or travelling abroad so to do.
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Cabinet agreed its banning order policy as part of an effort to tackle rogue landlords.
A football banning order has been given to a man who ran on to the pitch during Shrewsbury Town's FA Cup match with Wolves.
Liam Haynes, 23, of York Road, Shrewsbury, was given the three year football banning order on Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to two public order offences which happened after the football match on January 26.
Wayne Rowland, 50, from Exeter, was handed 12 months in jail suspended for two years, 200 hours of unpaid work plus a four-year football banning order.
Figures released by the Home Office reveal the club tops the football banning order league of shame.
A banning order can be issued by a court following a conviction for football-related violence.
With the World Cup kicking off next week all 23 people in the county who have a passport and a football banning order must hand in their passports today (Monday) or tomorrow.
More than 130 football fans in London who have a banning order preventing them from travelling to Russia during the World Cup have been ordered to surrender their passports.
"It is just a small minority of people who ruin the experience for other supporters and this passport surrender shows just how big an impact a banning order can have.
The Home Office recorded 13 arrests last season as well as the issue of a new banning order to one Town fan last season.
The police stats show Bluebirds supporters were issued with just one new banning order last season - significantly down from the 10 new ones that they received the previous year.
If a landlord or property agent is subject to a banning order they could be prevented from letting or managing a property indefinitely.