(A) Filing. If a respondent allegedly violates a minor personal protection order, the original petitioner, a law enforcement officer, a prosecuting attorney, a probation officer, or a caseworker may submit a supplemental petition in writing to have the respondent found in contempt. The supplemental petition must contain a specific description of the facts constituting a violation of the personal protection order. There is no fee for such a petition.
(B) Scheduling. Upon receiving the supplemental petition, the court must either:
(1) set a date for a preliminary hearing on the supplemental petition, to be held as soon as practicable, and issue a summons to appear; or
(2) issue an order authorizing a peace officer or other person designated by the court to apprehend the respondent.
(C) Service. If the court sets a date for a preliminary hearing, the petitioner shall serve the supplemental petition and summons on the respondent and, if the relevant addresses are known or are ascertainable upon diligent inquiry, on the respondent's parent or parents, guardian, or custodian. Service must be in the manner provided by MCR 3.920 at least 7 days before the preliminary hearing.
(D) Order to Apprehend.
(1) A court order to apprehend the respondent may include authorization to:
(a) enter specified premises as required to bring the minor before the court, and
(b) detain the minor pending preliminary hearing if it appears there is a substantial likelihood of retaliation or continued violation.
(2) Upon apprehending a minor respondent under a court order, the officer shall comply with MCR 3.984(B) and (C).