The Child Abuse Protocol 2013 applies in cases of children and minor aged 17 or under who were victims of abuse, whether the crimes are considered a domestic violence or a crime committed outside the family or home.
A disability hate crime involves mentally ill persons or individuals with different beliefs who are treated with hostility, verbal and non-verbal abuse. Such cases are severe and persons accused of disability hate crimes can be sent to custody.
Minor offences in UK, such as shoplifts, or burglary with a small value stolen among many other can be punished in accordance with the law, where a person can receive 6 months imprisonment.
According to the Criminal and Justice Act 2003, a serious harm is related to murder or to serious personal injury in particular circumstances. Any individual accused of serious harm can be sent into custody and can receive life imprisonment.
The dangerous offenders in UK under 18 are subject to a different type of sentence, as mentioned by the Criminal Justice Act 2003. They can be sent for trial to the Crown Court where legal representation is mandatory.
According to the Criminal and Justice Act 2003, a dangerous offender involves both a teenager or an adult who committed a serious crime and who is considered a major risk of serious harm.
The disruptive acts or activities which are made to harm someone or a community are considered anti-social behaviors and are punished in the UK. Persons found in this situation are advised to report the anti-social behaviors to the authorities.
The court of law in UK can issue injunctions in domestic abuse cases which are necessary orders meant to protect children who have been victims of family violence. This is also known as a non-molestation order.
The Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunal in UK is an independent entity and deals with appeals made by country’s reserve forces personnel in legal disagreements.
Persons who consider a mistake has been made on their employment case which was heard in the court of law in UK have the chance to appeal the decision to the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the country.