When a DVPN1 has been issued2, or a DPVO3 has been made4, the person in respect of whom it was issued or made may be arrested without warrant by a constable who has reasonable grounds for believing that he is in breach of the DVPN or DVPO5.
A person arrested6 for a breach of a DVPN must be held in custody and brought before the magistrates' court which will hear the application for the DVPO7 before the end of the period of 24 hours8 beginning with the time of the arrest9 or, if earlier, at the hearing of that application10.
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