Family Violence, Intervention Orders, Fraud – In the State of Victoria, Australia
Are Family Violence, and Personal Saftey Intervention Orders being used by alleged victims and law firms as fast-tracking citizenship and securing property rights?
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Domestic Violence & Fraud
An exponentially growing field of crime investigation is intervention order or family violence intervention order.
Unfortunately, many of these cases involving a domestic violence order and or personal safety intervention orders are not being used for their proper purpose as instigated by legislators.
These orders were commonly used to protect men and women who are victims of stalking and harassment.
However, they are now used by mail-order brides/ grooms to apply for these orders to fast-track an Australian citizenship application to secure property rights or to alienate children, mostly from the husband/ father in order to receive maximum Centrelink benefits.
In short, these tortfeasors are committing criminal fraud and fraud in equity.
In Victoria, Australia these are governed by the Family Violence Intervention Order Act 2008 (Victoria) and Personal Safety Intervention Order Act 2010 (Victoria).
This is where one party fraudulently claims another person has committed domestic violence when they have not.
The personal safety intervention order and family violence intervention order “economy” has grown in Australia to a multibillion-dollar fraud.
Without evidence, plaintiffs (tortfeasors) entrap persons, often family members or ex-spouses with bogus claims of domestic violence to manipulate them for financial purposes.
A Magistrate is supposed to approve an order, but a growing number of orders, especially fraudulent ones are being issued by VICPOL and other State Police departments. The public does not know that these state police are legal entities for taxation purposes and receive funding for FVIO applications regardless of whether they later withdraw the matter or are found to be vexatious with no proper basis in the common law. This method of use, is fraud.
Often State Police, and Community Legal and Support Services aid and abet, as they receive government funding for the fake, fraudulent claims they make. They falsify their fraudulent existence and steal money from the public consolidated revenue fund.
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Stalking and Harassment
There are a lot of persons stalked and harassed daily. Often by people, they know such as partners, ex-partners, creditors, and even by employees of police and government acting with misconduct.
The elements of stalking include an accused intentionally engaged in a “course of conduct” (Berlyn v Brouskos (2002) 134 A Crim R 111; Nadarajamoorthy v Moreton  VSC 283; Thomas v Campbell (2003) 9 VR 136; R v Hoang (2007) 16 VR 369; R v Anders (2009) 20 VR 596).
On more than one occasion (Gunes v Pearson (1996) 89 A Crim R 297; Berlyn v Brouskos (2002) 134 A Crim R 111; Nadarajamoorthy v Moreton  VSC 283; Thomas v Campbell (2003) 9 VR 136; R v Hoang (2007) 16 VR 369).
Conduct with an “intention”, with “knowledge” of causing physical or mental harm to the victim. Including self-harm, or arousing apprehension or fear in the victim for his or her own safety or that of any other person; or knew that engaging in a course of conduct of that kind would be likely to cause such harm, or arouse such apprehension or fear; or the accused must have committed those acts intentionally (R v Anders (2009) 20 VR 596).
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You need to monitor a suspicious individual
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Skip tracing or missing person
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Surveillance of an asset
Stalking and Harassment
For bone fides stalking and harassment investigations, are governed under the Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), specifically section 21A.
- We offer one-off and ongoing surveillance to secure assets.
- Use of bodyguards, drones, and individual surveillance, based on your requirements.
- The offense was substantially amended in 2003 by the Crimes (Stalking) Act to include cyberstalking, that the accused must have a subjective intention and allow for extra-territorial operation.
- In 2011, a new piece of legislation was added “The Crimes Amendment (Bullying) Act” including but not limited to stalking, threats, and abusive/ offensive words that are intended for a person to cause psychological harm, suicidal thoughts, or self-harm.
- The elements of stalking include an accused intentionally engaged in a “course of conduct” (Berlyn v Brouskos (2002) 134 A Crim R 111; Nadarajamoorthy v Moreton  VSC 283; Thomas v Campbell (2003) 9 VR 136; R v Hoang (2007) 16 VR 369; R v Anders (2009) 20 VR 596).
- On more than one occasion (Gunes v Pearson (1996) 89 A Crim R 297; Berlyn v Brouskos (2002) 134 A Crim R 111; Nadarajamoorthy v Moreton  VSC 283; Thomas v Campbell (2003) 9 VR 136; R v Hoang (2007) 16 VR 369).
- Conduct with an “intention”, with “knowledge” of causing physical or mental harm to the victim. Including self-harm, or of arousing apprehension or fear in the victim for his or her own safety or that of any other person; or Knowing that engaging in a course of conduct of that kind would be likely to cause such harm, or arouse such apprehension or fear; or the accused must have committed those acts intentionally (R v Anders (2009) 20 VR 596).
Financial Fraud is on the rise, and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission suggests that organised crime groups are targeting people for elaborate scams involving cryptocurrency, marriage visa fraud, superannuation, and other banking fraud.
Private Background Check
Dating someone and it does not all stack up? A new employee or candidate seems a bit fishy, we can dig a little deeper. Vigorous research and use of investigator techniques to reveal the truth.
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 Vexatious Proceedings Act 2014 (Victoria).
 Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria) s181.
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