You can apply for a Non-Contact Order if you were the victim of a violent crime and the offender was sent to prison for more than 2 years and you don’t want them to contact you once they’re released.
You can apply for a Non-Contact Order any time after the offender has been sentenced to imprisonment.
A judge will make a Non-Contact Order if they’re satisfied:
If you are or have been in a family or close personal relationship with the person, you need to apply to the Family Court for a Protection Order.
Find out more about Protection Orders
If you haven’t been in a domestic relationship with the person who's harassing you, you need to apply to the court for a Restraining Order.
Find out more about Restraining Orders
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