A Sydney man jailed for threatening to kill police, military staff and a magistrate has been arrested again after breaching his release conditions, police say.
Blake Nicholas Pender, 31, was jailed for four years and three months in December 2019 after admitting terror-related knife possession and threatening a magistrate.
In October 2022, the Supreme Court issued an interim supervision order, and he was released from Silverwater Correction Complex under a number of conditions.
He was arrested at his home in Petersham on Monday for allegedly breaching the order by accessing social media and deleting data from his phone.
AFP Acting Assistant Commissioner Sandra Booth said high-risk terrorist offenders would be charged if they breached orders.
"The AFP's Enduring Risk Investigation team is committed to ensuring court-issued Post Sentence orders are complied with and we will enforce identified alleged breaches," Ms Booth said.
Police say there is no threat to the community as a result of the breach.
He's been charged with four counts of contravening an interim supervision order and is due to appear at Newtown Local Court on Tuesday.