A violent offender order is an order which contains such prohibitions, restrictions or conditions1 as the court making the order considers necessary for the purpose of protecting the public from the risk of serious violent harm caused by the offender2. Such prohibitions, restrictions or conditions may prevent the offender:
(1) from going to any specified3 premises or any other specified place (whether at all, or at or between any specified time or times)4;
(2) from attending any specified event5; and
(3) from having any, or any specified description of, contact with any specified individual6.
A violent offender order (and, where
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