Local Police and Injunctions

Know where to turn. There are people who will listen. Who will act. Who can help. If you witness or are affected by abuse or harassment, there are dedicated resources available to you. Be the one to take a stand against violence by reporting it.

Any information shared with the College is not shared with any outside entity, including Law Enforcement. If a complaintant thinks they may want to press charges, this person is encouraged to immediately be examined through the Victim Service Center of Central Florida. Their services include immediate support and advocacy to both reporting and non-reporting survivors of sexual assault, including forensic evidence collection. They will also provide confidential victim advocates to accompany reporting parties during the exam. These services are offered even if an individual chooses not to report the crime to law enforcement.

Evidence can be collected hours after an assault, but the sooner that it is done, the more likely that useful evidence can be recovered. Prior to a forensic exam, it is important not to bathe, shower, douche, change one’s clothes or disturb anything at the crime scene. Extremely valuable physical evidence can be obtained from the reporting party, the reporting party’s clothing and objects at the scene of the crime. Persons should be aware that because police records are public records, local police may not be able to hold reports of a crime in confidence.

Local Police

City of Orlando Police Department 911 or 321-235-5300
Orange County Sheriff’s Office 911 or 407-254-7000
City of Kissimmee Police Department 911 or 407-846-3333
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office 911 or 407-348-2222
City of Winter Park Police Department 911 or 407-599-3444


How to File

Filing for protection is free. There is no fee to file a restraining order.

A petition may be filed in the county where you currently reside, where the respondent resides or where the violence occurred. In Orange County or Osceola County, a restraining order may be filed through the following:

Orange County Courthouse

425 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 315
Orlando, FL 32801


Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Osceola County Courthouse

2 Courthouse Square
Kissimmee, FL 34741


Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
excluding holidays

The recording department stops recording promptly at 4:30 p.m.  (if you are making a payment, you must receive a wait number by 4:30 p.m.)