The following relief is available in an emergency protective order:
(A) The respondent may be prohibited from harassing, attacking, striking, threatening, assaulting, hitting, following, stalking, molesting, destroying the personal property of, disturbing the peace of, keeping under surveillance, or blocking the movements of any protected person named in the order;
(B) The respondent may be prohibited from taking any action, directly or through others, to obtain the address or location of any protected persons named in the order;
(C) The respondent may be ordered to remain a stated distance away from any protected person named in the order;
(D) The respondent may be ordered to move out of the home of any protected party;
(E) The order may grant a protected party the temporary custody of any child of the protected party and the respondent;
(F) The respondent may be prohibited from owning, possessing, purchasing, receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive any firearms or ammunition; and/or
(G) The respondent may be required to turn any firearms in to a law enforcement agency, or sell them to, or store them with, a licensed gun dealer.