Depending on the type of order, it can prohibit contact or harassment of any kind. It could possibly restrain the respondent from coming within a specific distance of the petitioner’s work place, school, residence, etc.
What Types of Orders can be filed in District Court?
Domestic Violence Protection Order– Protection from an intimate partner or family or household member who has committed domestic violence, nonconsensual sexual conduct or penetration, unlawful harassment, or stalking. (PTORPRT)
Sexual Assault Protection Order – Protection from someone who has committed sexual assault. (PTORSXP)
Stalking Protection Order– Protection from someone who has committed stalking. (PTORSTK)
Anti-Harassment Protection Order – Protection from someone who has committed unlawful harassment. (PTORAH) (fee required) The conduct also includes stalking, hate crimes, or a single act/threat of violence including a malicious and intentional threat.