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Texas Family Code - FAM § 86.001. Adoption of Procedures by Law Enforcement Agency

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(a) To ensure that law enforcement officers responding to calls are aware of the existence and terms of protective orders issued under this subtitle, each law enforcement agency shall establish procedures in the agency to provide adequate information or access to information for law enforcement officers of the names of each person protected by an order issued under this subtitle and of each person against whom protective orders are directed.

(b) A law enforcement agency may enter a protective order in the agency's computer records of outstanding warrants as notice that the order has been issued and is currently in effect.  On receipt of notification by a clerk of court that the court has vacated or dismissed an order, the law enforcement agency shall remove the order from the agency's computer record of outstanding warrants.

Cite this article: - Texas Family Code - FAM § 86.001. Adoption of Procedures by Law Enforcement Agency - last updated April 14, 2021 |

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