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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

Service by Publication Forms

Affidavit for Service by Publication
Order for Publication
Notice of Publication

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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.

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