You should tell the police if the offender doesn’t follow the conditions of the Order or if they act in a way that’s inconsistent with the Order.
Unless the offender has a reasonable excuse, it will be a breach of the Non-Contact Order and a criminal offence.
If the offender breaches the Non-Contact Order they can be jailed for up to 2 years or fined up to $5000.
As well as being charged with breaching a Non-Contact Order, the offender can also be charged with any other crime committed at the same time, such as assault, theft, or misuse of a phone.
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