Know the Laws: Oregon
WomensLaw currently does not have information on sexual assault protective orders ("SAPOs"), which became available on January 1, 2014. Sexual assault protective orders are available to victims of sexual abuse where the offender is NOT a family or household member. We hope to have this information on our website soon.
In the meantime, to read more information about the protections available and the requirements that you must meet to get one, please see the Sexual Abuse Protective Order summary created by the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. You can also read the actual laws on our OR Statutes page - please scroll down to the section entitled "Sexual Abuse Restraining Orders."