An ever increasing number of call outs made to the police involve inter-personal conflict: Neighbour disputes, social network bullying, ex-friends and ex-lover harassment, threatening e-mails and texts. It’s almost as if technology can barely keep up with the public’s urge to torment each other.
If you become an unwitting player in an inter-personal war, then you’ll quickly discover just how indifferent and ineffective law enforcement can be. If they’re not palming you off with the “It’s a civil matter” excuse, then their only solution seems to be to throw harassment warnings at the problem; which does little else but worsen the situation. To the recipient of a harassment warning, it seems as if the police have chosen a side, and are using the threat of arrest to impose the other party’s standpoint. This often results in fostering more spite and renewed retaliation.
What can you do, when you’re caught up in a hate war and abandoned by the police?
This is a question I am frequently asked by those who contact me for help, and each time my answer is the same:
When the police won’t help, then do it yourself. Your efforts are likely to be just as effective – if not more so – as anything the police can offer you.
In this case I’m talking about a court order. AKA an injunction or restraining order. A judicial notice, that compels a person to do (or stop doing) whatever is stated on the order.
If you are being harassed, victimised, threatened or bullied by a third party, by any means, then you have a right to a remedy. You can cut out the inadequate middle man of the police and go straight to the courts. You don’t need a solicitor to represent you, nor do you need deep pockets. Any money you spend on the services of the court, can be reclaimed from your opponent. And with a cool head and an honest statement, you could get a restraining order issued right away and stop your aggressor from coming near you ever again.
Obtaining a court order is the best solution for anyone suffering pestering, harassment or nuisance, such as:
- Continued trespass onto property
- Noise nuisance
- Anti-social behaviour
- Malicious communications
- Threats and intimidation
- Interference with goods
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