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Braveheart2009

Breach Or Not?

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Braveheart2009

Does, approaching an individual once from in front/behind while driving a car breach a non harassment order, which states any approach whatsoever will be deemed a breach. The court order paragraph statement doesn't mention anything about driving, I took as it in a form of communication rather than approaching as walking by or driving by, however it mentions ANY?

How would a police officer view it along with a witness claiming I was causing alarm and distress by driving by once?

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Dan!Dan!Dan!

Breach.

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Police Community

Breach.

Hmm, I think that would depend on the circumstances surely.

Driving along a road where the person just happens to be is a coincidence.

Taking a detour so that you drive along a road where you know/think that the person is likely to be is deliberate.

Coincidental breach (on one occasion or on rare occasions) might be overlooked. A deliberate breach is very unlikely to be overlooked at all.

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rogerthepoliceman

From the description given, it sounds more likely to be considered a breach than not.

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Police Community

From the description given, it sounds more likely to be considered a breach than not.

Fair enough then. But it would seem fairer to all concerned to weigh the circumstances wouldn't it?

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BlueBoy85

For my tuppence worth, the wording of the original posting makes it a breach for me. When the OP asked

"Does, approaching an individual once from in front/behind while driving a car breach a non harassment order, which states any approach whatsoever will be deemed a breach"

They are specifically asking about approaching...Not bumping into or accidently passing. Semantics perhaps but I seem to recall the OP asking a few harassment questions previously.

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Police Community

Yes, makes more sense when you put it that way :thumbsup:

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Sectioned Detection

There's not enough info in the OP to say either way.

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Stamford1546621217

Breach, for sure, based on BlueBoy85's sterling reading skills. Was it you Braveheart was it? That's naughty?

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Dan!Dan!Dan!

Lock him up and throw away the key!

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