RESTRAINING ORDER SCHOOL CHECKLIST by avl14509

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									                             RESTRAINING ORDER: SCHOOL CHECKLIST



Restraining Order issued on behalf of (see attached copy of filed restraining order):

STUDENT NAME __________________________________ Grade                            _______ H.R. ________


** Class Schedule (copies of schedules attached for both victim and defendant )


Defendant's NAME __________________________________ Grade                        _______ H.R. ________


(If defendant does not attend the same school, note school attends, attach picture, description, car make, license
plate #, trespassing letter sent...)


1. Are There Any Schedule Conflicts?
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________


2. Class Changes To Be Made? (Please make sure updated schedule is attached)
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________


3. Meeting Date(s) NOTE: School Administrator must hold SEPARATE meetings with the victim and defendant.

With Victim:            _________________ With Defendant:            __________________
With Parents of Victim: _________________ With Parents of Defendant: __________________



SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR SIGNATURE ___________________________________________
                                                       Date __________________




NOTE: The onus of the restraining order is on the defendant. A victim cannot violate the restraining order,
though realistically, reasonable behavior and cooperation is expected by BOTH PARTIES.
                VIOLATION OF A RESTRAINING ORDER IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE AND ANY
                  VIOLATIONS SHOULD BE IMMEDIATELY REPORTED TO THE POLICE.


Developed by the office of the Essex County District Attorney Kevin Burke

								
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