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Can you clarify - the PSO was made 6 years ago?
How old is your son?
Was there also a non-molestation order made at the time?
OK. If the father of your son has turned up outside your house and is behaving in a a manner that you find threatening, you could consider applying to the family court for a non-molestation order. The fact you have reported this to the police, even though it was NFA - supports the fact you are telling the truth here.
The non-mol order carries a power of arrest.
The form to apply is here and there is no fee to do this:
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