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What does 1730 stand for?

1730 stands for Threatening Behaviour (police radio code; New Zealand)

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  • Military and Government

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Paul Dale, 32, of Milnthorpe Close, L4, charged with threatening behaviour and attempted criminal damage - community order with four week electronic curfew from 10pm to 6am, calm programme and supervision, PS150 costs.
Tucker is charged with threatening behaviour towards and verbal and physical abuse of the referee during the game between Rugby Lions and Nuneaton Under-19s on October 3, while Deery is charged with threatening behaviour towards and verbal abuse of the referee and failing to leave the field after being sent off.
The legislation is being brought in following reports of increasing threatening behaviour of youngsters towards retailers since the legal age for tobacco sales was raised to 18 in October.