To obtain an Order of Protection in the Town of Tonawanda Justice Court, you must sign a complaint charging another party with a crime.
Once completed and submitted with the proper fee and two proofs of ID (one being with a picture), they are processed and either approved or disapproved.
If the application is personally returned during the hours of operation (Monday through Friday between am and pm), the permit will be issued immediately. Permits are issued to Town of Tonawanda residents only. In Erie County, the supervising driver must be at least 18 years of age with a license of the same class.
This person must also be in a position of "Loco Parentis," meaning a guardian or relative (technically not a friend).
Upon receipt, the Court will notify you in writing of the fine due.
For most minor traffic infractions, you may pay a set fine by appearing in person at the cafeteria court window during regularly scheduled hours. It may be helpful to call the Court to verify that there is a set fine for your particular infraction.Permits must be picked up in person and are issued at that time.