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Legal Information: Oregon
What should I do if the stalker violates the stalking protection order?
If you believe that the abuser has violated the stalking protection order, you can immediately call 911. It is a crime to violate a stalking order.1 If the police have probable cause to believe that the stalker violated the order or committed another crime, the police can arrest the stalker.
1 O.R.S. § 163.750(2)(a)
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