If the Final Restraining Order is entered, the aggressor will be ordered to undergo fingerprinting. And if one is not entered, there are still things you can do to prevent the aggressor from harming others again.
At the FRO Hearing, the parties present evidence both as to the allegations of domestic violence and as to the need for injunctive relief. Whether you are a victim of domestic violence or you have been unjustly accused of perpetrating domestic violence, it's important to prepare for the Final Restraining Order hearing.
Once a Temporary Restraining Order is issued, a Final Restraining Order hearing will be held within a relatively short period, so be sure you know how to handle it, and what actions could count as domestic violence.