For any questions regarding the California Courts Protective Order Registry (CCPOR), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeffrey Johnson, IS Manager
Sean Jordan, IS Supervising Analyst
CCPOR is a judicial branch project to create a statewide protective order repository that will provide more complete, accessible information on restraining and protective orders.
The goal is to implement CCPOR in all 58 courts. CCPOR is currently deployed in 32 courts. For calendar year 2014, a minimum of 3 additional courts (1 large and 2 smaller courts) are being identified to be deployed as part of the CCPOR Deployment Phase III Project that is being funded via an NCHIP grant from the California Department of Justice. Grant funds provide scanners and software to courts who participate in CCPOR Deployment Phase III.
The Judicial Council committed to offering CCPOR statewide after reviewing a similar system being used in the Superior Court of Orange County. In addition, the Domestic Violence Practices and Procedures Task Force endorsed the service in a report to the Judicial Council in January 2007.
Also, through this dedicated online database state courts and tribal courts can view each other’s protective orders. The courts that have access are better able to protect the public, particularly victims of domestic violence, and avoid issuing redundant or conflicting orders.