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  • Protection Order Advocacy Program

    A protection order is an order, issued by a judge, to protect a person from another person whose behavior is abusive, threatening, exploitive or seriously alarming. This describes the different types of orders. Read More

    By:
    King County Prosecuting Attorney
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  • Vulnerable Adult Protection Order

    An Order for Protection can help keep a vulnerable adult safe. However, an order is only one part of protecting a vulnerable adult. If you have questions about other options, call: the statewide telephone number to report abuse or neglect: 1-866-ENDHARM, 1-866-363-4276. Read More

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    Administrative Office of the Courts

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  • Senior Fraud

    Consumers lose billions of dollars each year to fraud. People who commit these types of crimes, “con criminals,” often target older people knowing they have spent a lifetime earning their savings. Learn how to avoid con criminals. Read More

    By:
    Washington State Attorney General
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