Against which adults could I get an order for protection of children?
No special relationship between the child and the abuser is necessary* as long as you believe that the person committed one of the acts described in For what crimes can I get an order for protection of children? It may be a neighbor, a teacher, or a stranger. It may also be a parent or relative, however you may also want to consider an order for protection against domestic violence if the abuser is related to the child.
Note: If your child has contact with an adult who committed a crime against another child, you cannot apply for an order for protection of children unless the abuser committed a crime against your child. For example, if you know that there is a registered sex offender/ pedophile living next door, you cannot apply for an order for protection to keep him/her away from your child unless s/he harms your child.
* N.R.S. § 33.400(1)