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If any person is on police bail and they breach it, they can be re-arrested by the police.
Normally, it would be the person they have been named to stay away from who would call the police.
You may have done the right thing reporting what you saw to the police, but it would be unlikely that they would drop everything to rush to a domestic breach of bail matter. That said, they will investigate now you have reported the matter, they should speak with your daughter to get a statement.
One word of advice for you however, that is to take care if you are out watching them and following them. Either of them could report that to the police as stalking or harassment. Which could actually lead to you being arrested, or having a restraining order put on you.
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As your daughter is the victim, then you need to make sure that you encourage her to report the bail breach to the police and make sure they take a statement. Also get them to take a statement from you, as you are an eye witness to this beach.
You need to make or take her to the police to complain.
It may also be possible for your daughter to make an application to the family court for a non molestation order. This can be applied for as an emergency application by contacting your local court. If granted a hearing would take place later to decide whether to keep the order inn place. Very powerful order, because any breach can lead to arrest as contempt of court.
Unfortunately without your daughter taking the step to do something, there is nothing anyone can do to help.
If your daughter does decide to take action, and you need more advice please come back to me.
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As i say, only your daughter can make the choice to contact police or move out if in danger.
Then maybe your daughter need to change the locks on the property.
Sorry but there is no more advice I can give, it is a messy domestic matter. Your daughter needs to go via the police and the courts to sort this out.
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