What are the different types of protection orders I can get from the County Clerk’s Office?
  • Domestic Violence Protection Order: There has been a recent assault or threat of bodily harm between a family or household member.
  • Anti Harassment Protection Order: A continuous course of conduct that is annoying, alarming, and disturbing between family or household members.
  • Anti Harassment Under 18: A continuous course of conduct that is annoying, alarming, and disturbing; the person you are filing against is under 18 and the police are investigating the minor for a crime involving you or your minor.
  • Vulnerable Adult Protection Order: You are a Vulnerable Adult or are filing on behalf of a Vulnerable Adult who is over 60, does not have functional, mental or physical ability to care for him or herself.
  • Sexual Assault Protection Order: You are a victim of nonconsensual sexual conduct or nonconsensual sexual penetration committed by someone you do not have a relationship with.
  • Stalking Protection Order: Any course of conduct involving repeated or continuing contacts, monitoring, tracking, keeping under observation, or following another person.
  • Family Law Restraining Order: Contact our Family Law Facilitator.

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1. Where Can I Go For Help?
2. What are the different types of protection orders I can get from the County Clerk’s Office?
3. Who Can Be Protected?
4. What Will Happen?
5. What can an Order For Protection do?
6. What an Order of Protection cannot do:
7. Why is an Order for Protection Important?
8. How Can I Renew My Protection Order?
9. What Will It Cost?