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Question: Can I file a protection order against a police if I have proof
Answer: An order of protection can be filed against anyone who meets both the relationship criteria and does one of the following:endangers; threatens or intimidates; assaults, including use of a dangerous weapon or causing serious bodily harm; kidnaps or unlawfully imprisons; interferes with the custody of a child unlawfully;criminally trespasses or criminally damages; disorderly conduct or stalks;abuses a child or vulnerable adult;interferes with judicial proceedings;uses a telephone to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy, or offend; harasses.
Can I file a protection order against a police if I have proof
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