Following a finding that an offender had acted in an anti-social manner, the test for making an anti-social behaviour order prohibiting the offender from doing something was one of necessity. An order had to be tailor-made for the individual offender and had to be relevant to the committed offences or behaviour. Orders should not be drafted too widely or with insufficient clarity.

[2005] EWCA Crim 2395

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