Order Registry (LPOR)
Louisiana Protective Order Registry (LPOR)
is a statewide repository of court orders issued to prohibit domestic abuse, dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault. The registry was established by legislative act (La. R.S. 46:2136.2) in 1997, for the purpose of enhancing court-ordered protections for victims and their minor children, and to aid law enforcement, prosecutors and the courts in handling cases involving intimate partner violence. LPOR is not a public access database. Read more.
The Judicial Administrator’s Office of the Louisiana Supreme Court is responsible for developing and disseminating standardized forms, called “Louisiana Uniform Abuse Prevention Order” forms, and for collecting and entering the protection order data from all courts into the registry.
From this site, you can view and download legal forms and software programs developed by LPOR to assist those who fill out forms on a regular basis. You can order LPOR products such as manuals and software on USB flash drive.
Learn more about the LPOR training seminars held annually around the state, and register online to attend.
A compilation of Louisiana and federal laws related to domestic violence, including a table of relevant cases, can be viewed and downloaded from this site.
You can learn about eligibility and procedures for authorized access to LPOR data.
If you are a victim of domestic violence and wish to maintain the privacy of your visit to this website, view our Web Security page before leaving this website.
Protective Order Registry is a project of the Office
of the Judicial Administrator, Supreme Court of Louisiana