Legal Information: Rhode Island
Workplace Violence Restraining Orders
If an employer, or his/her employee or "invitee" (guest, customer, etc.) is the victim of violence; received a threat of violence that can reasonably be interpreted as something that may be carried out at the worksite; or was stalked or harassed at the worksite, the employer can file for a workplace violence restraining order against the perpetrator.
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