(1) A person charged with a family violence offence is not to be granted bail unless a judge, court or police officer is satisfied that release of the person on bail would not be likely to adversely affect the safety, wellbeing and interests of an affected person or affected child.(2) Without limiting the matters to be taken into account in considering whether or not to grant bail to a person, a judge, court or police officer must have regard to the following:(a) any available risk screening or rehabilitation program assessment;(b) the person's demeanour;(c) . . . . . . . .(d) the availability of suitable accommodation for the person and any affected person or affected child;(e) any other matter the judge, court or police officer considers relevant.(3) Section 34 of the Justices Act 1959 does not apply to a person charged with an offence under section 35 of this Act.