A woman supplied a temporary protection order to the Electoral Enrolment Centre (the EEC) to support her claim to be on the unpublished electoral roll because of concern about her safety. A man, who was listed as the ‘respondent’ on the order, noticed that she was not listed on the electoral roll. He wrote to the EEC suggesting that the woman should not be on the unpublished roll as the protection order was no longer current. The EEC wrote to the woman about the matter. She supplied new material to the EEC in order to remain on the unpublished roll.