Center for Prevention of Domestic Violence
Room 2409 (across from Law Library)
Post Judgment Unit | 904.255.1075
Clerk of Courts | 904.255.2000
Getting the Injunction
For Inquiries on Filing for Civil Injunction you must contact the Domestic Violence Clerk of Courts Office
or go to their website: Domestic Violence Clerk of Courts
Modifications to Current Civil Injunctions
If you currently have a Civil Injunction in place by the Court and wish to make any changes/modifications to your injunction, or if you have filed a police report and wish to have enforcement on your Civil Injunction you must contact a Domestic Violence Case Manager with Family Court Services
The purpose of Family Court Services (FCS) is to assist the self-represented (pro se)
litigant with general information and requirements for compliance in such matters. Family Court Services Case Managers are prohibited from providing legal advice.
= A self- representative litigant is a person who decided to pursue or respond to a family law case without the assistance of a lawyer.
It is highly advisable to consult with an attorney who will represent you and your interests.
How to file for a Violation of Injunctions
Violating the Terms of the Injunction
In order to initiate further court action, any violations of the terms of the injunction should be reported in person to the Sheriff's Office in which the incident took place and obtain a police report.
Police Report and have been given “White Card” for your incident to be prosecuted to the State Attorney’s Office. To check the status of your case Contact State Attorney’s Office (904) 630-2424
Hubbard House - Victim Outreach
Main Contact Information
IF YOU ARE IN DANGER PLEASE CALL 911. TO TALK TO SOMEONE OVER THE PHONE 24-HOURS A DAY CALL (904) 354-3114. TTY: (904) 354-3958.