Live PD: Protection Order | A&E

Two officers explain to a man why he is being served with an order of protection and describe what that entails in this clip from “7.28.2017”. #LivePD

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Live PD
Season 1
Episode 55
7.28.2017

On “Live PD” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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36 thoughts on “Live PD: Protection Order | A&E

  1. It’s a judgement from the courts , not the “victim”. He has to get it dropped or get one on her. The police explained it wrong. It’s an order by the JUDGE to HIM not to contact her. When she first contacted him he could’ve reported that he didn’t want to get in trouble, that she was contacting him. Just saying

  2. See I agree with him that it should go both ways. Why is it fair for him to go to jail if she’s initiating the conversation? Obviously I’m not saying he should feed into it, but let’s say like he stated that she happens to say “come here so I can talk to you.” She should be the one to go for that. And another thing: the public place thing. Why can’t he go to the bar if she’s not there? That doesn’t effect anyone at that point. Her house or something makes sense but really a public setting? I hope he can make that a little more fair

  3. SIR if she's contacting YOU then YOU file an order of protection from her. Right now, it's against you, so if you contact her, you'll go to jail. If you don't want her contacting you, then you order one on her! Give her a taste of her own medicine and stop crying about it, bruh.

  4. So many people abuse how easy it is to get OFPs and ROs… meanwhile there are actual victims needing that protection.
    Many mothers use OFPs to alienate the children from their fathers. It is not okay, yet it happens every single day. And it can take many months to get it dropped, court dates postponed over and over. Not to mention you have to pay to prove your innocence, but they can file the order for free. I wish people didn't exploit the systems put in place to help REAL victims.

  5. And half the time they don't even need proof the chick can just call it again saying he violated it and they'll go pick him up without any evidence. He can be drinking beers with his friends across town and now he's got a warrant for his arrest because of some vindictive b****.

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