Relationship Violence - What to Do Next
Orders for Victim Protection
Court orders for Victim Protection include the following types of orders:
- Protection Order
- No Contact Order
- Restraining Order
- Anti-Harassment Order
- To learn about the process and costs involved in getting an Order for Protection
- To learn about where you can file for an Order for Protection
- To learn how an Order for Protection can help you
- For answers to frequently-asked questions (FAQs) about Orders for Protection
- To access protection order forms in English, Cambodian, Laotian, Korean, Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Russian
- To link to the King County Prosecutor's Office Domestic Violence website or the Domestic Violence Protection Order website
What can you do?
- Make your own safety plan.
- Warning signs of domestic violence.
- Confidential shelters.
- Agencies that can help you.
- Your legal rights and how the police or 9-1-1 can help you.
- How to qualify for an Order for Protection and about the protection order process.
24 hour Crisis Lines-Snohomish & King County
- Crisis Clinic 24 Hour Line King County
- (206) 461-3222 or 1 (800) 621-4636 TTY (206) 461.3610 or 2-1-1 relay
- Center for Battered Women Snohomish County
- 24 Hour Crisis Line: (425) 25-ABUSE (425-252-2873)
- Relationship Violence
- What to do next
- Court Orders
- Danger Assessment
- How to help
- Get Involved
- Multicultural Resources