In this section, you can find information regarding the Georgia Tech Student Sexual Misconduct Policy, the state of Georgia's statutes on rape and sexual assault, as well as information on filing for a Temporary Protective Order. Additionally, you can find reporting options for sexual violence and information about why colleges and universities have a stake in this issue.
Temporary Protective Order
If you or someone you know has been a victim of intimate partner violence, there are resources to help you file a Temporary Protective Order (TPO) to ensure your safety. The TPO must be filed through the county government where the perpetrator resides. The document below provides a brief outline of information you need to know when filing for a TPO. Please note this document is not comprehensive.
The Petitioner is the person filing the TPO, which is usually the victim or survivor, and the respondent is usually the perpetrator.
A VOICE Advocate can assist you in filing a TPO.