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Legal Information: Wyoming

Statutes: Wyoming

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November 17, 2020

35-21-110. Statewide protection order registry

(a) The Wyoming attorney general or another agency designated by the governor shall establish a statewide registry of protection orders related to domestic violence and shall maintain a complete and systematic record and index of all valid temporary and final civil and criminal court orders of protection.

(b) The data fields of the statewide registry shall include, but need not be limited to, the following information if available:

(i) The names of the petitioner and any protected parties;

(ii) The name and address of the respondent;

(iii) The date the order was entered;

(iv) The date the order expires;

(v) The relief granted which shall specifically identify the relief awarded and citations related thereto, and designate which of the violations are offenses subject to arrest;

(vi) The judicial district and contact information for court administration for the court in which the order was entered; and

(vii) The social security number, date of birth and physical description of the respondent.

(c) The clerk of the issuing court or the clerk of the court where a foreign order of protection is registered shall send a copy of the protection order to the local sheriff and chief of police who shall promptly enter the protection order into the statewide protection order registry.

(d) The statewide protection order registry shall be accessible twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week to provide courts, prosecutors, dispatchers, the department of corrections and law enforcement officers with data concerning valid protection orders issued within the state or filed as a foreign order for purposes of enforcement in the state.