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Usually they are public record unless it was sealed by the judge.
You can view the restraing order by going to the courthouse and paying the required copy costs to obtain a copy. Alternatively the court may have an online portal that is viewable by the public for free or for a subscription fee.
You will usually need the court case number, the name of one or both of the parties and the proper amount to pay for the copies.
Usually if you have the parties' names you can search for it.
No, they usually do not show on a person's criminal record unless they violate it and are arrested.