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Stalking is one of the most frequently experienced forms of abuse and can terrify its victims and escalate to rape and murder.

It is often misinterpreted and misunderstood to be romantic and complimentary to its victims, but stalking is about fixation and obsession.

Stalking is a serious crime, and can destroy the lives of those victimised; it therefore needs to be treated with the seriousness that it deserves in order to better protect victims and address perpetrators behaviour.

Stalking Advice for Victims (leaflet)

Stalking Advice for Professionals (leaflet)

Stalking Guidance for Professionals

Stalking Poster


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