Restraining orders and indpls police dept

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Desperate in Indy

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jul 31, 2014
Last night I called the indpls police to enforce a restraining order or we tried to get them to enforce the order I should say. First when we called we got a recording to leave a message ??? After we finally did get through to them they said they be here within the hour that was at 8:15. At 9:30 we called to see why no one had come to our house yet ? we were told that we were still on the list but there was still 2 more calls in front of ours. It is now 20 hours later and we still have not seen or heard from the indpls police???? When you have a restraining order against someone it is because the judge who issued it feels there is a dangerous situation. The order demands that the police dept protect the person listed on that order. How many women have been murdered or beat because of the lack of response of police departments all over the U.S. to enforce restraining orders issued by judges to protect them ? So in indpls it's ok to violate restraining orders because you don't have to worry about the police dept. showing up. This has been the second time the order has been violated. So I feel this is even more of an emergency. I can't understand why I am doing everything right and I am not being help. This person is mental impaired, while using narcotics and justifying contact because their life has been in shambles. I have had HELL getting this lady out of my life. She has caused issues with my work with calls and coming to my job being physical and verbally treating to anyone around and especially towards me. She has freely walked in my home treating my family including getting in my teenage grandchild's face with physical treats. How much more do I have to take before I am helped? Am I or my family to be the next victim? I have been threatened for my home to no longer exist in all types of manners including it being caught on fire, robbed and my daughter and grandchildren being kidnapped. These things have all been reported. The contact has not stopped since I got the order. This kind of thing that gets ignored by indpls ? Why is this person still on the streets ? Just curious how many people have been killed here because a restraining order is nothing but a piece of paper and paper doesn't stop bullets ,a knife or a fire as I have found out .
good

United States

#2 Jul 31, 2014
Desperate in Indy wrote:
Last night I called the indpls police to enforce a restraining order or we tried to get them to enforce the order I should say. First when we called we got a recording to leave a message ??? After we finally did get through to them they said they be here within the hour that was at 8:15. At 9:30 we called to see why no one had come to our house yet ? we were told that we were still on the list but there was still 2 more calls in front of ours. It is now 20 hours later and we still have not seen or heard from the indpls police???? When you have a restraining order against someone it is because the judge who issued it feels there is a dangerous situation. The order demands that the police dept protect the person listed on that order. How many women have been murdered or beat because of the lack of response of police departments all over the U.S. to enforce restraining orders issued by judges to protect them ? So in indpls it's ok to violate restraining orders because you don't have to worry about the police dept. showing up. This has been the second time the order has been violated. So I feel this is even more of an emergency. I can't understand why I am doing everything right and I am not being help. This person is mental impaired, while using narcotics and justifying contact because their life has been in shambles. I have had HELL getting this lady out of my life. She has caused issues with my work with calls and coming to my job being physical and verbally treating to anyone around and especially towards me. She has freely walked in my home treating my family including getting in my teenage grandchild's face with physical treats. How much more do I have to take before I am helped? Am I or my family to be the next victim? I have been threatened for my home to no longer exist in all types of manners including it being caught on fire, robbed and my daughter and grandchildren being kidnapped. These things have all been reported. The contact has not stopped since I got the order. This kind of thing that gets ignored by indpls ? Why is this person still on the streets ? Just curious how many people have been killed here because a restraining order is nothing but a piece of paper and paper doesn't stop bullets ,a knife or a fire as I have found out .
Are you a man or a woman?
Hoosier78

United States

#3 Jul 31, 2014
I don't know man growing a set of balls might help. Call 911 if you feel so threatened.

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