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Violation of Court Orders
Custody Order violations in which one party of the court order requests the violation to be documented without pursuing any criminal action can be documented through an online reporting system. These types of circumstances may include:
Jurisdiction of custody violations can be confusing (even for law enforcement). Generally, primary jurisdiction for custody violations is where the deprived parent lives, or where the child is found (California Penal Code 784.5). Jurisdiction is not at an intermediate exchange point in another city where the child never arrives. This means, if you have been deprived of custody, the law enforcement agency at your place of residence is responsible for taking your report if there is a violation.
A violation of a harassment or protective order is a criminal act and should be reported to the police department and not through an online reporting system. Otherwise, if you only need to file a violation of a court order and the violation meets the following criteria, you can document through this online reporting system. These types of circumstances may include:
With this online reporting system, you will be able to file a police report and print a copy of the report for free.
If the violation of court order does not fit the above criteria, call the Livermore Police Dispatch Center at 925-371-4987 and request an officer respond for a report.
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