2009 California Penal Code - Section 13710-13711 :: Chapter 2. Restraining Orders

PENAL CODE
SECTION 13710-13711

13710.  (a) (1) Law enforcement agencies shall maintain a complete
and systematic record of all protection orders with respect to
domestic violence incidents, including orders which have not yet been
served, issued pursuant to Section 136.2, restraining orders, and
proofs of service in effect. This shall be used to inform law
enforcement officers responding to domestic violence calls of the
existence, terms, and effective dates of protection orders in effect.
   (2) The police department of a community college or school
district described in subdivision (a) or (b) of Section 830.32 shall
notify the sheriff or police chief of the city in whose jurisdiction
the department is located of any protection order served by the
department pursuant to this section.
   (b) The terms and conditions of the protection order remain
enforceable, notwithstanding the acts of the parties, and may be
changed only by order of the court.
   (c) Upon request, law enforcement agencies shall serve the party
to be restrained at the scene of a domestic violence incident or at
any time the party is in custody.

13711.  Whenever a protection order with respect to domestic
violence incidents, including orders issued pursuant to Section 136.2
and restraining orders, is applied for or issued, it shall be the
responsibility of the clerk of the superior court to distribute a
pamphlet to the person who is to be protected by the order that
includes the following:
   (a) Information as specified in subdivision (i) of Section 13701.
   (b) Notice that it is the responsibility of the victim to request
notification of an inmate's release.
   (c) Notice that the terms and conditions of the protection order
remain enforceable, notwithstanding any acts of the parties, and may
be changed only by order of the court.
   (d) Notice that the protection order is enforceable in any state,
in a commonwealth, territory, or insular possession subject to the
jurisdiction of the United States, or on a reservation, and general
information about agencies in other jurisdictions that may be
contacted regarding enforcement of a protective order issued by a
court of this state.


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