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Breach of a non molestation order

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Ihaveanidea33 Sun 04-Oct-20 20:49:22

Hi all.
I think my ex has breached the non molestation order that is in place.. Via a form of indirect contact. Do I report to the police and they'll arrest him? I was watching a Real Stories documentary on DV last night and a crazy guy repeatedly breached the non molestation order by leaving horrific voicemails to his ex.. He was repeatedly arrested but bailed every time.. Not really holding my breath...

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PotteringAlong Sun 04-Oct-20 20:50:16

Yes, if he’s breached it then report him.

PeachesTheFlamingo Sun 04-Oct-20 21:19:15

If he has breached, report it to the police along with the evidence that proves he has breached.

It is normal for those under investigation to be bailed or "released under investigation" following their interview whilst the police look into the matter further or seek advice from the Crown Prosecution Service. There are strict conditions that have to be met to enable the police to remand someone.

Regardless of whether he will be charged and remanded, or charged and bailed, or bailed/released under investigation to return to the police station at a later date it! If you stop reporting, he will continue pushing the boundaries! Nip it in the bud now.

Keratinsmooth Tue 06-Oct-20 14:42:46

Yes report, my friends ex is in prison due to this.

Ihaveanidea33 Tue 06-Oct-20 15:35:09

I have reported it, have police coming to see me later to take a statement.

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weathervane1 Tue 06-Oct-20 15:36:46

Good decision. If you ignore the "small" infringements, it could be construed as almost accepting the molestation behaviour. I think you need to continue to nip each instance in the bud. It will serve as a learning experience.

Ihaveanidea33 Tue 06-Oct-20 17:00:48

I agree. Its there for a reason also.. Ex partner is trying to get it it overturned though.

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Ihaveanidea33 Tue 06-Oct-20 23:39:49

Police came over and took a statement.. They said he'll be arrested and questioned and bought in front of a judge. If he denies it, I'll have to go to court to give evidence sad

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