The sheriff shall notify the bureau of criminal investigation of any disorderly conduct
restraining order issued against an individual in the sheriff's county pursuant to
section 12.1-31.2-01 within twenty-four hours of issuance. The notice must include any information required by the bureau of criminal investigation. The law enforcement agency shall enter the order into any information system available
in the state that is used to list outstanding warrants for a period of one year or
until the date of expiration or termination as specified in the order. The order is enforceable in any jurisdiction in this state.
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