The state’s Judicial Branch has completed an overhaul of the database system they use to manage and share information related to Orders for Protection. Safia Khan is with the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women and says domestic violence victims should see faster enforcement. She says as soon as court staff enter the order, it gets sent to the BCA and gets distributed to law enforcement in hot files straight to their patrol cars. Khan says another big change, law enforcement can now see the text of the order including the findings and conditions. In the past, all they could see were codes. Khan says often an Order for Protection is the first time a victim is reporting his or her abuse to the criminal justice system.