Should Asbos be scrapped?
The home secretary, Theresa May, has signalled the possible end of anti-social behaviour orders (Asbos). Do you think they should go?
Launching a review of Asbos in England and Wales, Theresa May said it is "time to move beyond the Asbo". She added: "We need to make anti-social behaviour what it once was - abnormal and something to stand up to... rather than frequent and tolerated."
More than half of Asbos in England and Wales were breached in 2008, Home Office figures show.
The Asbo was brought in by the last government to deal with persistent minor offenders.
Are Asbos outdated? Do you think they have been affective in curbing minor offences? What other measures can be introduced to cut anti-social behaviour?
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