Home Victim Assistance Idaho Hope Card Exit the SiteThe Idaho Hope Card Program allows anyone with a valid, long-term (12 months or more) order of protection to request a card that summarizes the order's most important details. The Idaho Hope Card Program is a statewide program that was made possible by a collaborative effort of the Idaho Sheriff's Association and the Office of the Attorney General. Idaho Hope Card Information The Hope Card is a laminated card, similar in size to a credit card. It contains essential information about a valid civil protection order in a durable, easy-to-read format, such as: identifying characteristics of the person being ordered to “stay away,”; a color photograph when available; issue date of the order; expiration date of the order; and terms of the order. The Hope Card provides law enforcement with critical information regarding an order of protection. In case of a potential violation, a law enforcement officer can refer to the Hope Card for more information. A Hope Card is not a substitute for an order of protection. It is simply a more durable means of providing pertinent information from the existing order. Law Enforcement must verify the order through their local dispatch. How much does a Hope Card Cost? Hope Cards are free for individuals protected by an order. Individuals may request more than one card. For example, you may wish to provide one to your child’s school as well as the child’s after school care program. Who Can Get a Hope Card? Hope Cards are only available for long-term (12 months or more) civil protection order holders. Hope Cards are not issued for temporary protection orders, for 14-day protection orders, or for “no contact” orders in a criminal case. For more information on how to file for a protection order, visit the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance’s website. Request an Idaho Hope Card If you already have a long-term (12 months or more) civil protection order, you may request a Hope Card below. FAQs I’m a domestic violence victim with a protection order. How do I get a Hope Card? If you are in Idaho, please request a card by using the form below. If you are in another jurisdiction, please contact your local advocacy organization or court to see if they participate in the project. What is Full Faith and Credit? The federal statute for full faith and credit is Title 18 USC §2265 which explains that one jurisdiction must recognize a qualified protection order issued by a foreign jurisdiction. A foreign jurisdiction could be another state, territory or Indian tribe. How did the Hope Card Program start? The Hope Card was created by John Oliveira, a special agent with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, after recognizing several problems with service delivery and protection order enforcement for domestic violence victims. Conceived and created from his home in Montana, the Hope Card was piloted with the Crow Tribe of Montana and was immediately accepted by the Montana State Attorney General’s Office. How much does the Hope Card cost? The Hope Card is provided free of charge. Printable Idaho Hope Card Request Form Please note that you will need to refer to your current order of protection to complete this form. This form is not an application for a protection order. You must already have a civil protection order to request an Idaho Hope Card. (Protection orders may only be obtained through the district court. Contact your local courthouse for assistance.) Below are instructions for completing and mailing in your request for an Idaho Hope Card. Step 1 – Fill out the request form You can submit your request electronically by filling out the online form below. You can also use the printable form, fill it out by hand and mail it to the address listed below. Once printed and filled out, you will not be able to email us this form. We recommend that you print two copies of the form and keep one for your files. Idaho Hope Card Request FormIdaho Hope Card Request Form Step 2 – Submit your request to our office Mail the completed request form to: Office of the Attorney General Criminal Law Division Attn: Idaho Hope Card Administrator P.O. Box 83720 Boise, ID 83720-0010 Step 3 – Allow 4 weeks for delivery Please allow 4 weeks for delivery of your Idaho Hope Card. If you have not received your card within this time, please contact our Idaho Hope Card Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (208) 334-4547. Contact the Idaho Hope Card Administrator If you have additional questions, please contact us at: email@example.com Office of the Attorney General Idaho Hope Card Administrator PO Box 83720 Boise, ID 83720 Phone: 208-334-4547 Toll-free: 888-334-4547 Fax: 208-854-8074 Online Hope Card Request FormPlease note that you will need to refer to your current order of protection to complete this form. This form is not an application for a protection order. You must already have a civil protection order to request an Idaho Hope Card. (Protection orders may only be obtained through the district court. Contact your local courthouse for assistance.) The form below will be sent to our office electronically. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required. PROTECTION ORDER INFORMATIONProtection Order Case Number*Protection Order Court:*Protection Order County*What county was the protection order filed in? *AdaAdamsBannockBearLakeBenewahBinghamBlaineBoiseBonnerBonnevilleBoundaryButteCamasCanyonCaribouCassiaClarkClearwaterCusterElmoreFranklinFremontGemGoodingIdahoJeffersonJeromeKootenaiLatahLemhiLewisLincolnMadisonMinidokaNez PerceOneidaOwyheePayettePowerShoshoneTetonTwin FallsValleyWashingtonProtection Order Issue Date:* Protection Order Expiration Date:* PETITIONER INFORMATION Please answer the following questions about the person that filed for the Protection Order. Use your direct contact information as the address below is where your Idaho Hope Card(s) will be mailed. If you do not have a street mailing address, please list your PO Box.Petitioner Name* -- Select One --Mr.Mrs.MissMs.Dr.Prof.Rev. Prefix First Middle Last Petitioner Address* Street Address City State *AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific State ZIP Code Petitioner PhonePetitioner Email Address* Enter Email Confirm Email Petitioner Date of Birth* Petitioner Sex*Sex *MaleFemaleFeet*Height Feet: *-- Select One --3'4'5'6'7'Inches*Inches: *-- Select One --0"1"2"3"4"5"6"7"8"9"10"11"Other than yourself, are there other persons included on the Protection Order?*Other than yourself, are there other individuals included on the Protection Order? *YesNoOther People Included on the Order* How many Other Individuals are Included on the Order (Up to 6) *-- Select One -- *123456OTHER PROTECTED PERSONS INCLUDED ON ORDER (All fields are required.)Person 1 InformationName* First Last Date of Birth* Relation to Petitioner*Person 2 InformationName* First Last Date of Birth* Relation to Petitioner*Person 3 InformationName* First Last Date of Birth* Relation to Petitioner*Person 4 InformationName* First Last Date of Birth* Relation to Petitioner*Person 5 InformationName* First Last Date of Birth* Relation to Petitioner*Person 6 InformationName* First Last Date of Birth* Relation to Petitioner*RESPONDENT INFORMATION Please answer the following questions about who is ordered to "stay away." Respondent Name* First Middle Last Respondent Date of Birth* Respondent Eye Color*Eye Color *AmberBlackBlueBrownGreenGreyHazelPinkRedVioletRespondent Hair Color*Hair Color *AquaBaldBlackBlondBlueBrownGreenGreyOrangePinkPlatinum WhitePurpleRed (Auburn)Red (Flame)WhiteYellowMulti-ColoredRespondent Sex*Sex *MaleFemaleRespondent Weight*Respondent Feet*Height Feet *-- Select One --3'4'5'6'7'Respondent Inches*Inches *-- Select One --0"1"2"3"4"5"6"7"8"9"10"11"Distinguishing features:Distinguishing features:Number of Hope Cards*Number of Hope Cards needed? * You can order up to 4 cards.-- Please Select One --1234Do you need more than 4 cards?*Do you need more than 4 cards? *YesNoIf you need more than 4 cards, please contact: Office of the Attorney General Criminal Law Division Idaho Hope Card Administrator PO Box 83720 Boise, ID 83720 Phone: 208-334-4547 Toll-free: 888-334-4547 Fax: 208-854-8074 firstname.lastname@example.org CAPTCHA This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.