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Restraining orders in Arizona from 1998Repository:
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http://acrosswalls.org/datasets/
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FY2012FY2011FY2010FY2009FY2008FY2007FY2006FY2005FY2004FY2003FY2002FY2001FY2000FY1999FY1998Version: 1.0
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est. total orders issued 44,330 44,714 47,044 48,216 45,071 47,917 47,136 46,757 46,029 45,859 43,794 38,023 36,141 35,588 34,989 court statistics below; doesn't include release orders from DV arrests
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persons 18 & over 4,857,391 4,781,131 4,715,811 4,651,711 4,559,786 4,454,274 4,309,909 4,167,950 4,056,693 3,968,317 3,874,462 3,787,172 3,443,768 3,376,052 U.S. Census Bureau, intercensual estimates, for July 1 of given year
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orders issued per year / 1000 adults9.29.810.29.710.510.610.811.011.311.09.89.510.310.4From Arizona Supreme Court, Annual Report, 2003:
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Arizona law provides that, when a person arrested for an act of domestic violence is released from custody, any Release Order
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shall include pretrial release conditions necessary to protect the alleged victim and other specifically designated persons.
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54138
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total filed
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petitions for orders of protection 35,622 34,874 34,324 33,269 32,334 33,240 33,014 32,057 31,875 31,510 29,204 24,955 22,709 22,277 22,058
Arizona Judicial Branch, Annual Reports, indicate that petitions are "domestic violence petitions"; injunctions against harassment
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injunctions against harassment 17,573 18,514 20,125 22,112 21,725 22,058 22,097 22,577 21,714 21,566 20,222 17,905 17,022 16,545 16,159 are not explicitly specified as non-domestic violence
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emergency orders of protection issued 74 74 80 73 79 113 104 108 103 157 165 260 300 322 269
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grant share in rulings
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petitions for orders of protection86%86%88%88%83%89%88%87%88%88%91%90%92%92%92%FY1998 grant shares estimated as FY1999 grant shares
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injunctions against harassment78%79%83%85%84%83%82%83%82%83%85%85%88%89%89%
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injunctions/ DV petitions49%53%59%66%67%66%67%70%68%68%69%72%75%74%73%By 2012
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Superior Courts
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petitions for orders of protectionFY2012FY2011FY2010FY2009FY2008FY2007FY2006FY2005FY2004FY2003FY2002FY2001FY2000FY1999FY1998
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filed12856125791172611316103749744882683637455777062365007428439723986Arizona, Administrative Office of the Courts, Caseload Statistics, annual
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issued1073010553100909903899867177187767751971685381424838573202
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denied191518511514139312871037108510759881143744716460354
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emergency orders of protection issued7474807379113104108103157165260300322269
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injunctions against harassment
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filed289728942986352223532196233422462205193115591229151122116
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issued222523982638312518971678164816981804143110518599795
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denied5804463313744114406315093874815313524815
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limited jurisdiction courts (sums justice of peace courts and municipal courts)
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petitions for orders of protectionFY2012FY2011FY2010FY2009FY2008FY2007FY2006FY2005FY2004FY2003FY2002FY2001FY2000FY1999FY1998
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filed227662229522598219532196023496241882369424420237402296819948184251830518072
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issued1879218444188311819917912194811994919481199661953719573169821330415606
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denied30412937243523082572259327612848268824301822162011221226
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injunctions against harassment
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filed146761562017139185901937219862197632033119509196351866316676168711642316043
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issued1081711438126671458315271153721522818089147941506214916134201205113149
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denied30413134273828062957299431563688325028852331209915451632
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Arizona Courts, Annual Report, 2002, pp. 7-8
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justice of the peace courtsUsing Federal and state grants,
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petitions for orders of protectionFY2012FY2011FY2010FY2009FY2008the Administrative Offi ce of the
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filed947894959460895610086Courts (AOC) has developed a statewide
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issued83258217835076688466database of protective orders,
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denied948913805723831known as the Court Protective Order
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injunctions against harassmentRepository (CPOR).
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filed704076968061904010171
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issued57616296678574758224A total of 149 courts are presently
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denied110110409779891054providing protection order data
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to the repository. Through December
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municipal courtsFY2012FY2011FY2010FY2009FY200816, 2002, more than 26,000 protection
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filed1328812800131381299711801orders have been recorded
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issued104671022710479101229019in the repository.
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denied20932024162815891744
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injunctions against harassmentUnfortunately,
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filed76367924907895509055the NCIC’s
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issued50565142588166186504data requirements
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denied19402094176018171865are so stringent that
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less than 14 percent
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of all orders issued
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in Arizona are accepted
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by NCIC. The
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new registry is greatly expanding
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the number of protection orders
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arrest sex ratio, 2003-20042.8available electronically to law enforcement
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dual arrest share for persons arrested11.6%in Arizona.
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Arizona’s Uniform Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Statistical ReportState of Arizona, 2005 State Agency Coordination Team Report (SACT), p. 30
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http://azmemory.azlibrary.gov/cdm/compoundobject/collection/statepubs/id/6256/rec/6
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Totals for year
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20032004
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1. The number of police reports generated by violations of statutes58,26158,879
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ARS 13-3601 (Domestic Violence) and ARS 13-3602 (Orders of
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Protection)
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2. Total number of cases involving arrest(s) at the scene 19,85818,468cases sum19,858
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a. Total number of male only arrests14,27813,419
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b. Total number of female only arrests 4,2634,004
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c. Total number of dual arrests (male and female) 1,3171,045
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3. Total number of cases where weapons were seized pursuant to582516
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ARS 13-3606
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4. Total number of cases involving arrests that were submitted to11,7118,423
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prosecutorial agency requesting criminal complaint (In 2003 this
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data element included all cases not just those involving arrests)
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5. Total number of police reports where alcohol usage was noted 8,0626,661
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6. Total number of police reports where drug usage other than alcohol2,3932,047
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