The Homeless or No Fixed Abode
Added by Freedom of Information Team on 25 May 2016 at 14:26
- In 2015, from January 1 to December 31, how many people who are classed as homeless, or of no fixed abode, were handed a Criminal Behaviour Order, a Crime Prevention Injunction Order, or a Community Protection Order, to move them on from where they were when spotted by police officers.
- In the same time period, how many people classed as homeless, or of someone of no fixed abode, were given a fine for persistently begging?
- In the same time period, how many homeless people, or of someone of no fixed abode, were given an on-the-spot fine for committing an offence?
- For the two parts above, please may I have a list of the instances where these would be handed out?
- Also, in the same time period, how many people, classed as homeless, were arrested by Avon and Somerset Police?
- Please may I have a list of the offences these homeless people were arrested on suspicion of committing?
- Two individuals classed as homeless or of no fixed abode were served with a Criminal Behaviour Order on conviction of an offence. No Crime Prevention Injunction Orders or Community Protection Orders have been served on individuals classed as homeless or of no fixed abode
- A total of 1,039 people classed as homeless were arrested in the timescale requested.
- Please see a list of the offences committed in the attached file.
FOI Ref: 626/16
Date of Request: 22.04.16