Legal Information: Kentucky
Updated: September 29, 2021
Interpersonal Protective Orders
An interpersonal protective order provides protection for victims of dating violence/abuse against a current or former dating partner. In addition, they can also protect a victim of sexual assault or stalking regardless of whether or not you have ever dated the offender.
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