I would like to apply for an intervention order on behalf of my 15 year old daughter against someone she met online. I'm

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Customer: Hi, I would like to apply for an intervention order on behalf of my 15 year old daughter against someone she met online. I'm not sure if I apply for the Personal Safety Intervention Order or the Family Violence Intervention order?
JA: Was a protective order issued? What were the basic terms?
Customer: No, my daughter ran away from home and met up with this person. From what I have been led to believe there may have been sexual relations between them. She is 15 and we believe is nearly 19 or 19.
JA: The Criminal Lawyer will be able to walk you through that. Is there ongoing abuse or harassment? Were the police called?
Customer: Not that we are aware of as we located and collected her last night and brought her home to stay with a family member. Police & DHS were involved. Police just said I can start the process online and I am unsure which form to complete.
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: Not that I'm aware of. We just want to protect our daughter from further interaction with him as we do not know him and fear for her safety.
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Hello, I’m John Melis, a solicitor in Australia, and I’ll be helping you with your question today.

​You may apply for a restraining order.

Restraining orders apply to various matters; such as violence, psychological abuse, financial abuse, verbal abuse, or an imminent fear of violence, or where children hear or witness the same.

The restraining order may:

a. Prohibit a person committing violence against another person.

b. Exclude a person from the victim’s residence.

c. Restrict a person’s access to any premises or specified are, such as the workplace.

d. Prohibit a person from contacting another person associated with the victim.

e. Require a person to do something, like attend counselling.

f. Direct person to use a specific property.

g. To stop stalking, intimidation or harassing conduct.

If you need a restraining order, you may attend your local police station, and they will determine if an order will be issued.

You may make an application at the local Court for a restraining order where the police do not issue one.

Does this help with your question today?

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Not really as I'm trying to determine if I apply for a Personal Safety Intervention Order or a Family Violence Intervention order. I'm in Victoria and was having trouble understanding which form to complete.
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John Melis, Expert

If you are concerned for your safety, or that of another person, you are in titled to apply for a personal safety order on behalf of your daughter.
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Thank you for your assistance.
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It was my pleasure to help you today, and I thank you for chatting with me.
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