When the police can verify that a temporary restraining order (TRO) is in effect, they will be able to make an arrest if the respondent is on or near the premises. Police officers must complete a written report, even if the respondent is not arrested. If officers refuse to write a report, take one of the following actions:
Even when the police have documented the violation, you should keep your personal record of the incident, including date, time, location and how the TRO was violated. Be sure to get the police officers' names, badge numbers and the police report number.
After the arrest, the violator is taken to the police station and held in jail.