In proceedings before the Court in which a child is alleged to be deprived, the Court, after consideration and to ensure the safety of any child brought into custody of the Osage Nation, may issue against the alleged perpetrator of abuse an emergency protective order pursuant to this Act at the emergency custody hearing or after a petition has been filed alleging that a child has been physically or sexually abused. The protective order shall remain in effect until the case has been dismissed or until further order of the Court. All emergency protective orders issued by the Court pursuant to this section shall remain confidential and shall not be open to the general public; provided, however, copies of the emergency protective order shall be provided to any law enforcement agency designated by the Court to effect service upon the defendant. ONCA 12-52, eff. Apr. 19, 2012.