Article I: Properties
Section I: Officers may issue a move along order to citizens who try to avoid the trespassing law by harassing owners of private property from just outside the premises. This order shall last for a total of 15 minutes.
Section II: If the suspect does not follow the officer's instructions, they may be forcefully removed from the house to a radius of 25 blocks from the property line.
Section III: If citizens are found to have returned three times within 10 minutes without consent of the property owner, and have continued to harass the property owner, they may be forcefully removed and detained on charges of harassment. If the property owner grants consent for the individual to return to the property, the order shall become null and void.
Section IV: Citizens may not be arrested for standing within the restrained area, Officers or the property owner(s) must have probable cause and supporting evidence to classify the individual as violating the restraining area.
Article II: Act Regulation
Section I: Officers who have been found abusing this order may be fired and will compensate the defendant, in accordance to the false imprisonment guidelines.
Section II: Officers may only arrest individuals who have made physical threats to the owner from outside the property line, and who have repeatedly violated the restraining area.
Section III: Officers and property owners must have reasonable cause to order someone away from an area. This includes harassing the owner with obscene or rude remarks, harassing the owner in general, making the owner fear of a home invasion or assault (within reason), or causing civil unrest by the gathering of large mobs to protest or stop the daily routine of an individual.
Article III: State-owned area protocol
Section I: Citizens who start or encourage a mob to haphazardly protest or prevent a state building from completing its duties, peace officers and riot control may be called in to dispatch the group.
Section II: Any citizen actively soliciting an event that requires police presence (VFL game, VGT showing, Vindex Awards, etc.) may be ordered to move along from the public area.
Section III: Anyone soliciting or protesting in or around a state building or state-owned area where active government work is taking place may be ordered by officers to vacate the area, for the protection of the government workers. This includes places like the hospital, Congressional offices, DOJ headquarters, courts, and anywhere owned by the government and not listed here.
Section IV: Anyone who attempts to resist being forcefully removed or assaults an officer during the dispatchment may be arrested for obstruction of justice.