The Civil No Contact Order is a civil "stay away" order for rape victims who do not have a relationship with the offender. Under a CNCO, the court orders the offender not to have any contact with the victim.
For information on how to obtain a Civil No Contact Order, contact the closest ICASA rape crisis center.
Forms necessary to obtain a Civil No Contact Order are below. These forms apply in every Illinois county except Cook. For copies of forms to obtain a Civil No Contact Order in Cook County, contact the Office of the Cook County Circuit Court Clerk at (312) 325-9467.
|Civil No Contact Order: What is it?|
Discussion with ICASA General Counsel Lyn M. Schollett on basic information regarding civil no contact oders.The Law
|Civil No Contact Order Act|
|Petition for Civil No Contact Order|
|Summons - Civil No Contact Order|
|Civil No Contact Order (Emergency and Plenary)|
|Motion to Extend and/or Modify Civil No Contact Order|
|Order for Extension and/or Modification of Civil No Contact Order|
|CNCO Documents on Cook County Circuit Clerk web site|
|Affidavit for Service by Publication|
|Order for Publication|
|Notice of Publication|
Find a crisis center near you.
ICASA member rape crisis centers are located across Illinois and provide services to approximately 98% of the state's population.
Contact with an ICASA center is completely confidential.
Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA)
100 North 16th Street, Springfield, IL 62703 USA
Phone: +1 217-753-4117 • Fax: (217) 753-8229
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