Washington law on harassment for violation of a no-contact order provides for criminal consequences.
Specifically :Willful violation of a court order issued under this section or an equivalent local ordinance is a gross misdemeanor. The written order shall contain the court's directives and shall bear the legend: Violation of this order is a criminal offense under chapter 9A.46 RCW and will subject a violator to arrest.
Hence, she needs to contact police when there is a violation and they are obliged to act on the order and usually detain subjects pending a hearing of the violation.
You should ensure that her local police station have a copy of the order on file.
Besides violation of the order, a threat to kill or cause harm is a felony harassment and needs to be reported to police. This is more serious offense than just harassment with more serious penalties for a perpetrator of making a criminal threat to cause harm.
This should be separately reported. The police are required to investigate and bring to justice after you make a complaint. You can make the complaint yourself, as it doesn't need to be made by your daughter specifically.
If they fail to take an action, you can follow through with the District Attorney.
Please follow up with me if you need more information.
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