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If the abused broke his No Contact order and contacted you and made you fear for your safety, then it would be wise to report such to the police. They would almost certainly arrest him and charge him with breaching his conditions. I cannot see you getting in any trouble from what you've told me since the police aren't inclined to punish a victim, they'd rather punish the abuser.
It is best to report these things to police sooner rather than later because, even though there's no precise time limit, the longer you wait the more difficult it will be to explain the delay. For example, if he made contact today, then it would be understandable to report him to police today or within a few days; however, if you wait until 2017 to report it then the police may be suspicious as to why you waited so long.
To summarize, if the abuser is breaching his conditions and making you fear for your safety, it would be wise to report this to police.
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