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Hello I will assist.
once the police give a police caution to someone, that is then the end of their involvement in the matter.
If he then commits further DV, and the police get called, then most likely he would be charged with an offence.
If you get an injunction from a family court, police would not be involved, and it does not show on a DBS as it is not criminal based. The police caution he received will show,
That is all family court issues. Not criminal law which is my area.
But, the basic way it works, if an emergency injunction is granted, then that would be followed up with a court hearing, when the finer points would be agreed, (child contact, payments, etc)
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