Tension Building Phase
Violent Episode Phase
If a PO is violated, it is a Class A misdemeanor o0ense unless violated by an assault or stalking, in which case it is a Third Deg Felony.
PO’s are good for up to a maximum of two years
Protective Orders are like having a “bubble” around the victim in which the suspect can’t come within a certain footage from the victim.
They are arrestable when violated by the person whom the order was issued against.
Res Gestae statements made by the suspect.
Notice of Adult Victims Rights (blue form) was given to the victim.
Excited utterances by the victim.
Opinion of the officer as to why the victim deserved to be hit
The victim shows you a restraining order and tells you to arrest the suspect for violating it.
The suspect has a protective order to stay away from the victim’s house, but he goes over to get his lawn mower to mow his mother’s lawn.
Two weeks after an assault has occurred and a victim calls you to arrest the suspect.
When NO crime has occurred but you feel the victim’s safety is endangered.
Note the blue card was issued to the victim
The name of the victim and telephone number where notication can be left when the suspect is released.
Same information as for any other crime, nothing more, nothing less.
Reasons why the suspect was arrested instead of let go
Alcohol abuse causes family violence.
Family Violence occurs in all races, ages, and religions.
Nobody deserves to be beaten.
Most victims are women.
Involuntary urination or defecation
All of the above
Grew up without a positive role model
Expresses anger physically
Stay in the abusive relationship and become passive
Stay in the abusive relationship and become combative
File a restraining order and have him arrested when he gets home.
Leave the abusive relationship
Fear and embarrassment
Knows she deserves to be beaten.
Women’s Duty to stay
Hit you before
Grew up in poverty
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