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Two men are placed on a reverse violence alert following a change in the law


The reverse violence alarm works like an anklet. After a change in the law, it didn’t take long before two men got one around their feet. Photo: Gorm Kallestad / NTB

Of NTB | 12.04.2024 11:53:45

Crime and justice: Just two days after the change in the law came into force, a man in his 40s was banned from visiting with a reverse violence alarm.

– This is necessary so that the visiting ban is respected, and it is a very good measure to safeguard the safety of the victims, says prosecuting attorney Ingeborg Dyb Skjelvik in Trøndelag police district in a press release.

This means that the person concerned is prohibited from moving in a specified geographical area and is fitted with an ankle bracelet with GPS. If the prohibition zone is breached, the police will be alerted.

On Friday, just two days later, another man will be put on a reverse violence alert. This is due to violence and threats against a close person.

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