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What Is Stalking?

Repeatedly following or harassing another person in circumstances that would cause a person to fear injury or death especially because of express or implied threats.

What to do:

If you feel safe to do so.

DOCUMENT

Document

incidents and behaviors of stalking.

CHANGE ROUTINE

Change your daily routine and routes to avoid patterns.

GET HELP

Seek a protective order and reach out to a DV shelter or victim service program.

CONFIDE

 Tell your family, friends, and neighbors.

REPORT

Report the stalking incident(s) to the police.

How to help someone who's being stalked:

  • Believe the victim

  • Focus on the offender’s actions

    • not the victim’s response

  • Encourage the victim to seek help

  • Encourage the victim to document the stalking

  • Respect the victim’s privacy

  • Check-in with the victim

  • Provide resources for the victim

Warning Signs of Stalking

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STALKING STATISTICS

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