Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill — Money — 13 Dec 2010 at 21:47
The majority of MPs voted to approve the spending of money required to fund the provisions of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill.
Some of the Bill's key provisions included:
- Introducing directly elected Police and Crime Commissioners to set local policing strategy.
- Giving more powers to local councils in relation to licensing.
- Changing the way demonstrations near Parliament are regulated.
- Empowering the Home Secretary to temporarily ban drugs for up to a year and reforming the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs
- A new requirement for private prosecutors to obtain the consent of the Director of Public Prosecutions prior to the issue of an arrest warrant for ‘universal jurisdiction’ offences such as war crimes or torture
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