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Forms for intervention orders and prisoners

Forms for intervention orders and prisoners.

To apply for an intervention order for an applicant, fill in the following form:

To apply for an associated final order for an additional applicant or respondent fill in the following forms:

To apply to extend, vary or revoke an intervention order, an applicant must fill in:

Applying to be deemed a non-prohibited person

If a person is deemed to be a prohibited person because an intervention order has been made against them or because of a criminal determination, they can make an application to the Magistrates' Court to be permitted to hold a firearms licence.

See Magistrates' Court—Firearms Act – Application to be deemed a non-prohibited person(opens in a new window).

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