The Ohio Supreme Court is accepting public comments until July 20, 2010 on a proposed new Rule 10.05 to the Ohio Rules of Superintendence that would authorize juvenile courts to issue civil protection orders against juveniles and adopt standard forms for seeking a protection order. The Rule was proposed in response to HB 10, which allows a juvenile court to issue a protection order against a child who is alleged to have committed certain offenses or domestic violence against the person to be protected. HB 10 also includes foster parents under the scope of the domestic violence laws and prohibits the unauthorized use of the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway. According to the Ohio Attorney General's office, the Gateway "is a secure, Web-based platform that provides real-time information to law enforcement agencies about identity theft, sex offenders and missing children. Through OHLEG, law enforcement agencies can share information in order to better prevent and solve crimes."