Legal Information: Montana
Updated: November 18, 2022
46-6-601. Written report when no arrest made in domestic violence situation
When a peace officer is called to the scene of a reported incident of domestic violence but does not make an arrest, the peace officer shall file a written report with the officer commanding the law enforcement agency employing the peace officer, setting forth the reason or reasons for the decision.
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