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Thank you Jo,
Firstly, to take some action that will re-instate his right to reside at his home address, free from harrassment and a return to the original terms of his licence
Secondly, and in the longer term more important, to register a complaint against the police involved clear abuse of powers and personal vindicativeness and to claim compensation provision of hotel accommodation and personal distress.
Thank you very reasoned reply. Just question.
I do not understand how, once a DVPO has expired, the police can still enforce what is, in effect a restraining order, against the wishes of the 'victim'.
Thank you again.
It seems that the DVPO can effectively be extended by the police on a whim. Why do they and not his probation officer have the final say in this matter,
What about my son's right to a family life under the Human rights act.