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Will an HRO or OFP Show Up On My Record? A Harassment Restraining Order or Order for Protection is a civil filing, not a criminal case. Therefore, a HRO or OFP will not show up on someones criminal record.
A protection order aims at preventing the reoccurrence of domestic violence or sexual harassment by stating what conduct the alleged offender must refrain from doing. As long as he/she complies with the protection order, the complainant will be safe.
The order can last for up to two years, but you may petition to have it extended if you need further protection once the order expires.
Order for Protection Forms Ask for Order for Protection: Use these forms if you or your child need protection from a family member or someone who lives in your household who is threatening you, physically hurting you, preventing you from calling 911, or otherwise harming you or your child.
Orders for Protection (OFP) are issued through a civil process at the request of a petitioner. The OFP may be issued to protect the petitioner as well as minor children or others under the guardianship of the petitioner. An OFP is entered in MNCIS and automatically passed to the BCA.
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Will an HRO or OFP Show Up On My Record? A Harassment Restraining Order or Order for Protection is a civil filing, not a criminal case. Therefore, a HRO or OFP will not show up on someones criminal record.
Temporary Protection Orders (TPOs) refers to the protection order issued by the court on the date of filing of the application after ex parte determination that such order should be issued. A court may grant in a TPO any, some or all of the reliefs mentioned in this Act and shall be effective for thirty (30) days.
A protection order aims at preventing the reoccurrence of domestic violence or sexual harassment by stating what conduct the alleged offender must refrain from doing. As long as he/she complies with the protection order, the complainant will be safe.
Order for Protection Forms Ask for Order for Protection: Use these forms if you or your child need protection from a family member or someone who lives in your household who is threatening you, physically hurting you, preventing you from calling 911, or otherwise harming you or your child.
The order can last for up to two years, but you may petition to have it extended if you need further protection once the order expires.

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