Yesterday, I took an Intervention Order on a neighbour (of shared house). The Melbourne Magistrates Court told the criminal he is not to go into the kitchen when I'm in there, he must wait until I'm gone. This goes for any communal room, the judge said. This was also printed on his Intervention Order. But today he breached that order and did go in the kitchen while I was in there, so I called the police as I was instructed by my Duty Barrister who spoke with the judge. When Victoria Police arrived they said to me 'do not call us again if he breaches this Intervention Order.' Is this normal in Australia/Victoria? They did not exactly use those words, but that is what they were trying to say!