Juvenile Restraining Order

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There are two types of juvenile restraining orders/injunctions:

  1. Harassment
  2. Child Abuse

Juvenile Restraining Order - Harassment

This type of restraining order is heard in Juvenile Court because the Respondent (person whom protection is sought) is: 

  1. 17 years of age or younger, or
  2. Adult, but the alleged victim is a child under protection and services in the Juvenile Court

The Petitioner (person seeking the restraining order) can be either an:

  1. An adult filing as the alleged victim, or 
  2. A parent, attorney, or other adult filing on the behalf of an alleged child victim under protection in a CHIPS (Children in Need of Protection Services) action. 

Jurisdiction

The Petitioner may file for a temporary restraining order/injunction in the county where the Petitioner resides; or where the Respondent resides; or where the incident occurred. 

Filing Fee

There is no fee to file a petition for a juvenile harassment restraining order/injunction. 

Filing Instructions

Petitions regarding juvenile restraining orders are returned to the Oconto County Circuit Court Office Building C, 301 Washington Street, Rm 1174, Oconto, WI 54153 for filing.

Juvenile Harassment Forms

Form CV-406 (PDF) Temporary Restraining Order (Temporary Order of Protection) and Notice of Injunction Hearing (Harassment – 30711)

  • Petitioner to complete the caption (top section of page 1) with the petitioner’s name, date of birth, and Respondent’s name and address. 

Form JC-1693 (PDF) Petition in Juvenile Court for Temporary Restraining Order and/or Petition and Motion for Injunction Hearing (Harassment – 30711)

Form CV-449 (PDF) Notice and Order for Injunction Hearing When Temporary Restraining Order is Not Issued – Harassment

  • Petitioner to complete the caption (top section of page 1) with the petitioner’s name, date of birth, and Respondent’s name and address. 

Form CV-420 (PDF) Respondent’s Information for Sheriff to Effect Service

  • Petitioner or Representative to complete all blanks

Form CV-502 (PDF) Confidential Address Information in Domestic Abuse, Child Abuse, Individual at Risk; and Harassment Temporary Restraining Order and Injunction Actions

  • Petitioner to complete all blanks

Form CV-804 (PDF) Information for Respondents Regarding the Surrender and Return of Firearms

  • For informational purposes only- nothing is completed on this form by either party

Form CV-800 (PDF) Respondent’s Statement of Possession of Firearms

  • Petitioner to complete the caption (top section of page 1) with the Respondent’s name, address, and telephone number
  • After the Respondent is personally served with the documents, Respondent is required to complete the form and bring it to the Injunction Hearing. 

Form CV-801 (PDF) Petitioner’s Statement of Respondent’s Possession of Firearms

  • Petitioner to complete all blanks

Juvenile Restraining Order Child Abuse

This type of restraining order is heard in Juvenile Court because the Respondent (person whom protection is sought) is: 

  1. 17 years of age or younger, or
  2. Adult, but the alleged victim is a child under protection and services in the Juvenile Court

The Petitioner (person seeking the restraining order) can be either an:

  1. An adult filing as the alleged victim, or 
  2. A parent, attorney, or other adult filing on the behalf of an alleged child victim under protection in a CHIPS (Children in Need of Protection Services) action. 

Jurisdiction

The Petitioner may file for a temporary restraining order/injunction in the county where the Petitioner resides; or where the Respondent resides; or where the incident occurred. 

Filing Fee

There is no fee to file a petition for a juvenile child abuse restraining order/injunction. 

Filing Instructions

Petitions regarding juvenile restraining orders are returned to the Oconto County Circuit Court Office Building C, 301 Washington Street, Rm 1174, Oconto, WI 54153 for filing.

Juvenile Child Abuse Forms

Form JC-1691 (PDF) Temporary Restraining Order in Juvenile Court (Temporary Order of Protection) and Notice of Injunction Hearing (Child Abuse – 30710)

  • Petitioner to complete the caption (top section of page 1) with the petitioner’s name, date of birth, and Respondent’s name and address. 

Form JC-1690 (PDF) Petition in Juvenile Court for Temporary Restraining Order and/or Petition and Motion for Injunction Hearing (Child Abuse – 30710)

Form CV-447 (PDF) Notice and Order for Injunction Hearing When Temporary Restraining Order is Not Issued – Child Abuse

  • Petitioner to complete the caption (top section of page 1) with the petitioner’s name, date of birth, and Respondent’s name and address. 

Form CV-420 (PDF) Respondent’s Information for Sheriff to Effect Service

  • Petitioner or Representative to complete all blanks

Form CV-801 (PDF) Petitioner’s Statement of Respondent’s Possession of Firearms

  • Petitioner to complete all blanks
  • Petitioner or Representative to complete all blanks

Form CV-502 (PDF) Confidential Address Information in Domestic Abuse, Child Abuse, Individual at Risk; and Harassment Temporary Restraining Order and Injunction Actions

  • Petitioner to complete all blanks

Form CV-804 (PDF) Information for Respondents Regarding the Surrender and Return of Firearms

  • For informational purposes only- nothing is completed on this form by either party

Form CV-800 (PDF) Respondent’s Statement of Possession of Firearms

  • Petitioner to complete the caption (top section of page 1) with the Respondent’s name, address, and telephone number
  • After the Respondent is personally served with the documents, Respondent is required to complete the form and bring it to the Injunction Hearing. 

Form CV-801 (PDF) Petitioner’s Statement of Respondent’s Possession of Firearms

  • Petitioner to complete all blanks
  • If the Respondent is a parent or legal guardian of the child to be protected by the restraining order or has court-ordered visitation, the Petitioner must file this form