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If the offence took place in your community and the community is small and there is concern of re-offending should you return, then yes, police can impose such a condition. This is very common in domestic assault cases where Husband assaults Wife, who both reside together as Family Home, and even if Husband owns Family Home, police can impose a condition that Husband not return to Family Home while the charges are being dealt with. If Husband does return, that would be in breach of his terms of release and he could get arrested and go to jail. Also, for example, if X sells drugs at School ABC, and gets arrested, part of X's conditions could be that he not return to School ABC.
I know these aren't identical examples to your case but they show that your situation is not necessarily uncommon, and police to have authority to impose such conditions on release as they deem just and appropriate and necessary in the public's interest.
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