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1
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What is the family harm policy statement?

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  • FH is high priority
  • reducing number and impact is key to Police strategy
  • Take every opportunity to prevent harm and reduce offending and victimisation
  • Be committed to prompt, effective and consistent approach to FH with other agencies and partners.
2
Q

How does early intervention help?

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  • Helps stops and prevent FH with a eyes open approach
3
Q

Who’s safety is paramount?

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  • Victims safety and children particularly vulnerable
4
Q

How does collecting risk information help?

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  • Enables effective risk management for victims and appropriate action for offenders
5
Q

Who should be held account?

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  • Hold the aggressors to account and direct them to programmes to assist them
6
Q

How does working collaboratively help?

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  • Provides quality info to give the best support for families in need
7
Q

When attending situations where firearms maybe present what are 4 things to think about in relation to firearms and what to do?

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  • Always considers that firearms or other weapon are involved or that offender has access to them
  • Check for POs, PSO in place. If PSO license will be suspended. PO license revoked and arms surrendered.
  • If any are seized report to commissioner within 3 days
  • Speak with victim to see if fit and proper person to hold them
8
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What are 4 actions to consider and take into account when deciding whether to arrest?

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  • Evidence for FH offences or BOPO suspect should be arrested
  • Take care if evidence shows violence by both parties consider self defence
  • No formal complaint is needed from victim if other evidence is available. their wishes should be considered
  • Nil evidence to K9 consider PSO.
9
Q

Where a PO has been breached and offender charged can they be given bail?

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  • Do not released on bail for 24hrs
  • unless Court can hear earlier
  • Offender is not bailable of right
  • Must have okay from Sgt or above to released on Police bail.
10
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What must you consider when opposing Court bail?

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  • Must met criteria in S8 of Bail Act includes risk to victim
  • Protecting the victim is the main consideration
  • Conditions should be relevant and reflect victims safety
11
Q

If you wish to serve a PSO on a person who is on EM Bail therefore not able to remain at the address during the PSO what should you do and consider?

A
  • Follow EM Bailee served with PSO procedure in Bail Chapter
  • Consider opposing the continuation of the EM Bail address
12
Q

A person is not regarded as being in a domestic relationship if they are what?

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  • Landlord or tenant

- employer or employee

13
Q

What is an example of a close personal relationship?

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  • Care/caregiver relationship

- Sex doesn’t mean close personal relationship.

14
Q

What are 4 things to consider when deciding on a charge?

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  • Do not minimise the violence
  • Charge reflects nature of offending
  • Evidential sufficient for the charge
  • Continued risk to victim
15
Q

What things should be consider on deciding to give Police bail to an offender?

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  • Safety of victim and family
  • Support and services for victim
  • offender needs cooling off period
16
Q

What are some times a bound person of a PSO may contact a person at risk while a PSO is in place?

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  • Emergency
  • Allowed under special consideration for PO
  • To attend FGC or Court proceeding
17
Q

When can a PSO not be issued?

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  • Person is charged with FH offence

- Child under 16 yrs

18
Q

Can a person be served with a PSO if there is a PO in place?

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  • Yes if there is not enough evidence to charge

- It takes pressure off victim

19
Q

What things should be considered before serving a person with a PSO?

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  • Person has or is inflicting FV against a person and will continue to inflict
  • Welfare of children residing with person at risk
  • Hardship caused if issued
  • 1M history
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • FH history
  • Current or previous order in force
20
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What is hardship that should be considered?

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  • Who has family car
  • Who is in charge of money
  • Financial ability of bound person to find accommodation or transport
21
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If a person refused to remain at place they have been detained for the purposes of serving a PSO what can Police do?

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  • K9 without warrant

- Fine $500

22
Q

What must you do if you cannot serve PSO on a person within 2 hours of the required time after being detained?

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  • Must release person
  • Then have 48 hrs to serve PSO
  • PSO expires after this time
23
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What must be done with a person who has breached a PSO?

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  • Put before Court within 24hrs
  • Make complaint to Court requesting issue an order under S45
  • Summons if cannot get before Court in 24hrs
24
Q

What must you tell a person who has breached a PSO?

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  • Detained or taken into custody
25
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If a person has breached a PSO and not located at the time how long do you have to bring that person into custody?

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  • One month from time of breach

- May apply to Court for WTA. WTA will expire after month

26
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What may the Courts do when a complaint has been made for a breach of PSO?

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  • Continue existing order until expired
  • If expired issue new one for no more than 10 days
  • Consider PO
27
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Can a PSO be issued on a person aged 16 or 17?

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  • Yes if RGTB will make persons safe
28
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What is a PSO?

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  • Immediate order issued by a qualified constable

- Investigation failed to establish evidence of offence

29
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What are the 6 principles that guide Police response to FH?

SEA CWC

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  • Safety
  • early invention
  • Accountability
  • Collecting risk info
  • Working collaboratively
  • culturally appropriate
30
Q

Are the applicants children protected by a protection order?

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  • Yes automatically
  • Child 17yrs or older are protected until they leave home
  • if left home not protected unless specified.
31
Q

What ability does the district Court have to issue and detain a person a for purpose if issuing a PO?

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  • Determine temp order

- detain for 2 hours to serve

32
Q

Section 106A of the Evidence Act allows an adult family violence complainant to give evidence in chef by a video recording made before the trial. Who can it be made by and how long after the incident can it be made?

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  • Police employee no later 2 weeks after incident
33
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What is the name of the guide for helping you determine a charge?

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  • How and when you charge makes a difference guide
34
Q

Can a bound person make contact if a PSO has been served but there is a parenting order in place?

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  • No parenting orders are suspended during the PSO

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