2 months into the IVO or Intervention Order, it was reduced to a limited Order and my family has been living together since until 7 months later. The Order was causing significant strain in my marriage that I applied to revoke the order as the Respondent. The police initially took out the IVO or Intervention Order on behalf of the wife and on the night of the incident, even though we both called the police, I was not interviewed. About 80% on the police report on the Safety Record is incorrect. When I was preparing for my own case as I didn't want to get a solicitor as I did not want to intimidate the wife, I subpoenaed the Triple 0 calls logs and uncovered evidences that my wife's brother who is a Protective Services Officer (falls under the police) actually lied to the police in those calls, and also the police in attendance. Basically, he lied to the police to frame me as a violent person (which I am not) about 3 weeks prior to the issuing of the safety notice. During this period, he called the police twice and consulted other police members including his supervisor. I was startled that the police in the local nearby police station knew about my family dispute prior to the issuing of the Safety Notice. 4 days prior to the incident, the PSO assaulted me in front of my 5-year-old daughter and I did not provoke him (and I have a video recording as well). I already lodged a complaint to the Police Professional Conduct Unit but being a Respondent, no action was taken and no disciplinary action was taken. Questions: 1) Is it an offence for a police member (PSO in particularly) to lie to the Police? Is there a difference if the member was off-duty? 2) What other police information can I get the Magistrate Court to subpoena that may uncover further evidence? Can I subpoena the calls made to the police during the despatch? What about interview notes? 3) Any recommendations on solicitors (as the contested hearing was adjourned that I am not able to present evidence without a legal representation). The magistrate made an order for me to get legal representation in front of my now ex-wife. 4) Any other considerations under Family Law in the preparation for my case?