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Stalking No Contact Order Act
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The Stalking No Contact Order is a civil "stay away" order for victims of stalking who do not have a relationship with the offender. Under an SNCO, the court orders the offender not to have any contact with the victim.

Forms necessary to obtain a Stalking No Contact Order are below. These forms apply in every Illinois county except for Cook County. For copies of forms to obtain a Stalking No Contact Order in Cook County, contact Kathleen Monahan in the Office of the Cook County Circuit Court Clerk at 312-325-9467. Victims of stalking may be able to get help filing a petition from a rape crisis center, domestic violence program, victim witness coordinator or clerk of court.

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Stalking No Contact Order Act


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