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Public Order Offences

Public Order Offences range from “wilful obstruction to police officers”, or “taking part in an unauthorized assembly” to “riots”, or even “causing explosions likely to endanger life”. These offences frequently engage civil and political rights like the freedom of assembly, the freedom of association, the freedom of expression, and the law of redress. These offences also require multi-disciplinary knowledge in police practices and procedures, public administration, political science, legal theory and history, constitutional law and parliamentary practices.