Stalking or Sexual Assault Protective Order Packet
CIV-751 CIV-752 DV-125 DV-127 Contents of Packet Instructions Petition (this is where you ask for the protective order) Request for Service (this is where you ask the police to deliver a copy of the order to the stalker / assailant) Law Enforcement Information Sheet (this is where you provide the stalker's / assailant's contact information for the police to deliver the order)
If a person has stalked or sexually assaulted you, you can ask the court to order the person to stay away from you and not contact you. A request for a "protective order" is a civil matter, not a criminal matter. If you want the stalker or assailant to be prosecuted criminally, you need to report the incident(s) to the police. Use this packet if the person you want protection from is a friend, student at the same school you attend, neighbor, co-worker, a landlord or tenant, or someone you do not know.
The forms in this packet are available on the Alaska Court System's website: www.state.ak.us/courts/forms.htm
Note: You should fill out a Domestic Violence Petition (DV-100) instead of this packet if the stalker or assailant is your spouse or former spouse, parent, grandparent, your child, grandchild, brother or sister, your first cousin, aunt or uncle, nephew or niece, someone who you presently or previously had a dating or sexual relationship with, current or former roommate, or a person related or formerly related to you by marriage (for example a stepparent, stepchild).
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What is Stalking?
Stalking is a crime that is either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the nature of the conduct. To qualify as "stalking," a person's acts must meet all the following requirements. The acts must be: · · · · · repeated acts of contact without your consent involving you or a family member done knowingly, and that make you fear death or physical injury of yourself or a family member
For the complete definition of this crime, see Alaska Statute 11.41.270 on page 5 of the instructions.
What is Sexual Assault?
Sexual assault is a crime. It is "sexual contact" or "sexual penetration" that is done without the adult victim's knowledge or consent, or is done by an older person to a minor. "Sexual contact" is knowingly touching, directly or through clothing, the victim's genitals, anus, or female breast, or knowingly causing the victim to touch, directly or through clothing, the respondent's or victim's genitals, anus, or female breast. "Sexual penetration" is "genital intercourse, cunnilingus, fellatio, anal intercourse; or an intrusion, however slight, of an object or any part of a person's body into the genital or anal opening of another person's body." For the complete definitions of these crimes, see Alaska Statute 11.41.410.450, or look on page 6 of the instructions.
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