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A court order could have made to stop alleged Stalker is under police investigation, contact with the victim, a "significant difference" to a woman killed by her ex-boyfriend, her father says.
forces developed in order for the police to take action at "next opportunity" in force in England and Wales on Monday.
Those convicted of public order was at the end of five years in prison.
Clive Ruggles, whose daughter Alice was murdered, said the new contracts "teeth", But must be properly enforced.
Monday, the police will be able to apply to magistrates for a, which usually remain in place for two years.
the courts also have The Power to impose a provisional SPO for the immediate protection of the victim during a decision.
orders are also force to be able to find the Stalker, professional help.
Mr. Ruggles, Alice Ruggles trust, said that the existence of the orders could have made a "critical difference" for his 24-year-old daughter,
Almost a fifth of women and nearly one in 10 men over the age of 16 years, experienced a form of stalking, according to The Crime survey for England and Wales.'Powerful tools'
Stalking as a specific criminal offence in England and Wales in 2012.
Mr. Ruggles said: "The new stalking orders of teeth, the violation of a criminal offense. "
But , he added, they "necessarily" have to be properly applied.'Obsessive'
Professor Jane Monckton-Smith, who specializes in the study of homicide, stalking and Coercive Control at the University of Gloucestershire, said: "I think the orders can be very useful if used correctly".
But injuries could be the victim in danger and must be taken seriously by the courts, she added. "Stalker, are, by their nature, obsessive and you keep running and running until you are finished. "
the plans for the introduction of new civil orders were first floated in 2015, if Theresa May was the Minister of the interior.
In 2016, then - as soon as parliamentary time allows.
- swashbuckler Sam Taylor , a victim-support group in Sussex, said the orders to victims could be a "pause for breath" is mercilessly persecuted.