Protection from Abuse, Stalking, Sexual Assault, or Human Trafficking
Protection from Abuse (PFA) orders and/or Protection from Stalking (PFS) orders are designed to protect individuals who are being victimized by either their significant others or by known stalkers. While these orders are not specifically restraining orders, they are designed to limit the contact between the victims and their abusers or stalkers. The abuse/stalking process is designed to provide quick and immediate protection. However, the process may require time, expertise, or more than one hearing. If you have questions, you should seek help from an attorney or victim services advocate. The Kansas Crisis Hotline (1-888-363-2287) or Kansas Legal Services (1-800-723-6953) may be able to help you find an attorney or advocate.
To complete your form please click on the link here that will take you to the KS POP (Protection Order Portal). After clicking submit, your forms are sent to the court clerk. Keep in mind that the Clerk of the District Court cannot help you with these forms and also cannot give legal advice to you or tell information about the protection order process. Additional information and resources can be found on the KSPOP website.
If you have any questions or need assistance in completing the form(s) you can contact the PFA Office at 316-660-5290.
It is highly recommended that you carefully read the PFA or PFS paperwork to ensure that you meet the requirements and complete the paperwork accurately so as to save both yourself and the court staff time.
The following links give in depth information about both types of protection orders:
- How Does the Protection Order Process Work
- Protection from Abuse Forms
- Protection from Stalking Forms
Learn more information about domestic violence and stalking.