Why / how are you asking?
If you are the victim then you file a complaint with law enforcement and if they can tie an individual to a criminal act then they can make an arrest (either physically or by "notice to appear").
If you are the subject then someone else files a complaint with law enforcement and if they can tie you to a criminal act then you can be arrested (either physically or by "notice to appear").
I hope this has been helpful to you.
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