The No Contact Order may allow the arrested person to return home, escorted by a Law Enforcement Officer, to obtain some personal items needed for hygiene and/or tools for work. The No Contact Order may also order the arrested person to stay away from you, and your place of work. You should not attempt to contact the arrested person either.
The purpose of the No Contact Order is for you to have time to get the help you need to stop the cycle of violence by keeping the offender away from you. If you desire the No Contact Order to be modified or terminated you need to fill out a request and that request is than given to the Judge and a hearing will be schedule to hear your wishes. This paperwork is obtained through Bannock County Court Services located at 746 East Lander. If you have any questions please contact our Victim Services at 208-234-6515.
Victims Services Brochure
The Pocatello Police Department recognizes that the victims and witnesses of crime have the right to be treated with dignity, respect, courtesy and sensitivity. We would like to offer assistance to you by providing support, information and referral services. Our goal is to assist and guide you through this process. The Pocatello Police Department Victims Services brochure (PDF) will help explain what resources are available to you for help.