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From what you have said you seem to have sufficient information to present to the court if asked. The police are bringing the case, so it is not you against this person, rather it is the police against this person, with your evidence if needed.
Take a good support person with you on the day, and good luck.
We are very sorry to hear about the traumatising experiences you had to endure at your workplace.
Every employee enjoys the right to work in an environment which is free from bullying, harassment etc. Further, all employers have a responsibility and are under a legal obligation to ensure that their employees are treated fairly. In addition, all employers should develop and implement policies to address bullying, harassment and inappropriate behaviour at work. Failure to do so can make an employer liable for workplace incidents of bullying, harassment etc.
We understand that it can be really stressful to apply for an Intervention Order (â€œIVOâ€) especially when you had to endure so much. We can advise you whether you have sufficient grounds to obtain an IVO and can also represent you in both IVO and civil proceedings.
Having said the above, we need to know whether your workplace has a bullying policy and complaints procedure. Secondly, did you record everything that happened, including steps you took to resolve the issues? Outcome of the complaints made etc.
Should you wish to discuss this matter further, please feel free to contact us via email on email@example.com, via phone on (03) 8564 8474 or visit our website at www.amklaw.com.au