Domestic Violence Protection Order Forms
The following are Supreme Court approved standardized forms for mandatory, or voluntary, use in the issuance of temporary and extended protection orders against domestic violence. The Court approved the forms in an ADKT 269 dated December 5, 2008.
The application and forms are provided in fillable Adobe PDF format and as regular PDF files as well.
The Court Order forms are not available on this website in the fillable file format, but are available to Courts by contacting John McCormick at AOC directly. The native MS Word versions of the documents are also available to Courts.
Domestic Violence Passport Coversheets
The following are Passport Coversheets, which contain all the information necessary for law enforcement to enforce the order and also make the order more enforceable across jurisdictions. Use of these Coversheets is voluntary, but the use of these Coversheets is a growing national trend.
Passport Coversheet - Temporary
Passport Coversheet - Extended
Stalking and Harassment/Harassment in the Workplace Protection Order Forms
Sexual Assault Protection Order Forms
Protection Order Forms Committee History
In October 2007 the Judicial Council of the State of Nevada (JCSN) approved the formation of an interim statewide Protection Order Forms Committee (Committee) under the auspices of the JCSN to consider how any new enacted legislation would affect the standardized protection order forms, and to make any necessary changes to the forms. In addition, the Committee may examine various policy issues regarding the forms and make recommendations to the JCSN for submission to the Supreme Court. The Committee examines all standardized protection forms, which includes domestic violence, stalking, aggravated stalking, harassment, workplace violence, harm to minors, and sexual assault.
The 2007 legislature enacted legislation that made a number of technical and substantive changes that affected the standardized Protection Order forms. In particular, AB Bill 194 and AB 282 contained language that involved substantive changes to the domestic violence standardized forms that needed to be reviewed by the Committee. The below Protection Order forms for domestic violence were designated as mandatory or voluntary, and were approved by an Order of the Supreme Court in December of 2008.
In 2009-2010, the Committee’s primary focus was to review Assembly Bills 120 and 309, and create standardized protection order forms for victims of sexual assault requesting a protection order, as well as review the stalking and harassment protection orders to address the new definitions of stalking and harassment in Assembly Bill 309.
The Nevada Legislature did not make any changes to protection order statutes in 2011. The Committee may be reconvened in the future provided that changes to the forms become necessary.
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