Restraining orders dealing with neighbours
If someone else is using violence, making threats, or behaving in a way that makes you feel unsafe or upset, you may be able to get a restraining order against them from a court or from the police.
If you are in immediate danger, phone 000.
This section goes through the different types of restraining orders that can be made in WA.
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