An official order excluding a person from a particular place, especially to prevent a crime being committed.
- Under the scheme, officers from Southampton police's licensing team can apply to city magistrates for an exclusion order for any person arrested at a pub or club and subsequently convicted of a violent offence, such as assault.
- I do not think it would be right for me to proceed on the assumption that on account of the exclusion order the jury would award derisory or even nominal damages.
- An unwillingness to grant the more severe (but more effective) remedies of an exclusion order and a power of arrest meant that victims might remain unprotected and ultimately be forced to leave the home.
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