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F4Joz • View topic - Intervention/Restraining Orders

Intervention/Restraining Orders

Intervention/Restraining Orders

Postby BeWitched on Tue Aug 26, 2008 12:29 pm

BEWARE: Below is more Violence propaganda to trap and lure families into breakdown and separation/divorce.

"The level of family violence in Victoria, and across Australia, is unacceptably high. It is the leading contributor to death, disability and illness in Victorian women aged 15 to 44 – more significant than high blood pressure, smoking and obesity combined. It is also a major threat to child development and well-being, and is a factor in around half of all child abuse substantiations in Victoria. Family violence costs the Victorian economy around $2 billion each year.

Through a range of initiatives, the Victorian Government is making women and children safer, supporting women to make decisions about what happens to them and their families, and ensuring perpetrators are held accountable for their actions.

Reform of legislation underpins many of these changes and we are consulting on a new Family Violence Bill to be introduced in Parliament in 2008. The Bill will better protect the victims of family violence and continue the reforms already put in place through A Fairer Victoria.

More effective police response
New holding powers allow police to detain a person suspected of family violence for up to six hours, so family members can remain at home rather than being forced to flee. Since their introduction in July 2006 to the end of February 2008, holding powers were used a total of 2,060 times. These powers have assisted women and children to remain in their homes during an immediate crisis. Training over 6,400 operational police in the new Police Code of Practice for the Investigation of Family Violence since August 2004 has also led to
improvements in the justice system’s response to family violence in Victoria.

Initiatives to improve the quality of services and provide better coordination across the support sector, Government, police and courts, have led to:
• the number of intervention orders applied for by Victoria Police increasing by 169 per cent since 2004, and
• the number of charges laid increasing by 183 per cent since 2004.

Better protection of women and children
Additional services across Victoria are being funded to supply refuge accommodation, intensive case management, after-hours support, women’s and children’s counselling, and men’s behavioural change programs. Where it is not possible for women and children to stay in their homes we are helping them access private rental as well as outreach support.

More responsive legal system In June 2005 we set up a specialist court – the Family Violence Court Division – to improve the court system’s response to family violence. Located in the Heidelberg and Ballarat Magistrates’ Courts, the Division provides specialist family violence support workers, specialised court staff and magistrates,
and specialist police prosecutors. Additional security and family outreach services are also provided.

At Ballarat:
• intervention orders finalised from complaints made by police have increased by 64 per cent – from 210 in 2004/05, to 344 in 2006/07

At Heidelberg:
• intervention orders finalised from complaints made by police have increased by 36 per cent –
from 562 in 2004/05, to 763 in 2006/07"

Source:
http://www.dvc.vic.gov.au/Web14/dvc/rwp ... Strat3.pdf
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Re: Intervention/Restraining Orders

Postby The Rooster on Sat Oct 04, 2008 6:47 am

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Re: Intervention/Restraining Orders

Postby Batman on Sat Jan 10, 2009 7:24 am

In my experience, you should NEVER consent to an AVO without admission or consent generally, where an AVO / Intervention Order has been friviously (or without merit) taken out against you.

This is a tactic used by family lawyers representing your ex to gain advantage in Family Law proceedings.

The ramifications of consenting are numerous, least of all of protentially setting your ex up for sole custody or more accurately "sole parental responsibility". The law is explicit on this and the Family Court Judges of Federal Magistrates will only consider "shared parental responsibility", equal time or substantial and meaningful time where there is not the existance of family violence.

By consenting to an AVO without admission, puts you on the back foot. It also acts as a sleeping AVO and it can bite you in your working life or profession where you need to be a fit and proper person.

In my opinion, refuse to consent and contest the AVO or interim intervention order on the return date. If your wife or ex has been abusive to you, IMMEDIATELY take out an AVO on her and make it a cross application. Then there will be a contest and most Magistrates will err on the side of caution and make both paries consent to orders. This levels the playing field.

In all probability, by calling your ex's bluff, she will with be counselled by her lawyer to withdraw. Don't be sucked in. Fight It.

I did and she withdrew her order and she was then on the back foot.
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Re: Intervention/Restraining Orders

Postby Daveyone on Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:47 am

:twisted: Funny this I have enede up talking on this forun to my self as I have on the one in the Daily Mail, very lonley campaign this :lol: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/newsd ... adIndex=15
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