You should submit written statements to the police, mailing them certified mail. Continue to keep a list of the potential violations and present them orally to the Court and/or in the form of an Affidavit (written form, signed under the pains and penalties of perjury). Based on what you've posted here, it is likely the Court will extend the RO. Good luck.
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You could file applications for a criminal complaint in the district court.
Bring with you as much evidence and documentation and witnesses as you can.
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Mention all of this at the extension hearing. If the police are not taking it seriously, go to the chief and/or town manager and Board of Selectmen or mayor and city council.
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