Stalking is a pattern of unwanted, fixated and obsessive behaviour which is intrusive and causes fear of violence or serious alarm or distress. Some of the methods of stalking include:
· Criminal damage
· Online abuse
· Following or tracking
· Bombarding emails, calls and texts
· Leaving unwanted gifts
· Using your children to get to you
Stalking is a criminal offence and carries a prison sentence.If you have been affected by stalking and domestic abuse and would like information and advice please contact COMPASS, our single point of contact for local domestic abuse services.
In an emergency always call 999.To view our previous Stalking campaign material and resources please click here.
Safer Places – Free Webinar
Stalking and young people - April 26th 10am-11am.
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