Civil Protection Orders: A Guide for Improving Practice
by National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Publisher: NCJFCJ 2010
Number of pages: 189
This publication, commonly known as the CPO Guide, is a tool designed to support the work of professionals dedicated to enhancing the effectiveness of the civil protection order process. It provides guidance for advocates, attorneys, judges, law enforcement officers, and prosecutors to help ensure that protection orders are effectively issued, served, and enforced across the country.
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