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how to prevent repeated breaches?

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ive been for enforcement once jan 2017


the respondent agreed to fully and wholly comply , verbal warning, penal notice attached and SPIP course at my request. 


since then 24 further breaches of every aspect of the court order and currently all contact stopped


i have a pending court application where i will raise the above.


are there any measures the court can put in place to deter from future breaches other than penal notice


e.g power of arrest

costs order for future breaches 


and how is the best way to go around asking for them?

This topic was modified 2 weeks ago by bmwm-power
Topic starter Posted : 01/06/2021 11:09 am
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From my experience, they can either issue a fine, unpaid work or even a prison sentence. I would hope that now they have breached the order again, they will most likely consider one of the above. 

When I went to my enforcement hearing, the judge asked me if I would like them to issue any of these types of punishments on my ex, I said no, although everything inside of me was screaming yes. But if she were to do it again I would not hesitate as they need to be taught they cannot get away with this. I think them mentioning this made her aware she can and will be held accountable if she messed around again as I have had no further issues since. 

Posted : 01/06/2021 11:17 am
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i have applied to vary the existing order based on safeguarding concerns mentioned in one of my other posts basically various injuries and child disclosing repeated ear pulling, smacks to head, smacks to face, and back of neck, being forced to read religious book and being hit when getting it wrong.  he has made a statement to police but she was not arrested due to no marks or bruises

he was placed in my care pending investigation but has since been collected by his mother from school and stopped all contact

my online application was 14 may for an urgent hearing. it went to wolverhampton court who then transferred it to birmingham as all my previous hearings have been at biimingham

today i received a court order from birmingham stating its been transferred back to wolverhampton, 2 weeks faffing around, 

 will be raising my concerns and request residence based on safeguading and respondents repeated failure to adhere to court ordered contact.

Topic starter Posted : 01/06/2021 12:44 pm

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