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Hi, I'm Lea and I have reviewed your query.
Did the police interview this person and then decide to take no further action? Were they aware that you had a broken finger?
What relationship to you is this person?
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This person doesn't fit into the criteria required for you to obtain a non molestation order - there is a defined list of who you can apply for an order against, and as a person in the community, this person does not fall into that. So you cannot use an FL401 to get a non molestation order.
The police have the power to issue a harassment warning - and you should not be afraid to report this person if you are in fear for your safety. See here for some more information and help in relation to harassment: https://rightsofwomen.org.uk/get-information/violence-against-women-and-international-law/harassment-and-the-law/
Your other option is to ask the police to re-open their investigation. It seems unbelievable that they have not acted on an actual injury to you, so I think you should push for a more senior officer to review the case.
And finally, you could try a private prosecution - but will need to instruct a lawyer to assist you with this...and it's not cheap.
It's not the right type of injunction for what you want to achieve.
In my view an N16 injunction is not the right type of injunction for what you want - but there is no reason you cannot apply to the court and let them decide.
You can find out more about how to claim CIC here: https://www.gov.uk/claim-compensation-criminal-injury
You're very welcome.
I hope you manage to get this sorted out.