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Information on Stalking and Harassment can be found below:

Stalking can be defined as persistent and unwanted attention where the victim feels pestered and harassed. There are many forms of harassment ranging from unwanted attention from somebody, seeking a romantic relationship, to violent predatory behaviour.

“A pattern of unwanted, fixated and obsessive behaviour which is intrusive and causes fear of violence or serious alarm or distress” Paladin's definition

The British Crime Survey suggests up to five million people experience stalking or harassment in any given year and that many victims will suffer up to 100 incidents before talking to the police.

Do you want to speak to someone or report it?

Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service:

Email: info@paladinservice.co.uk
Secure Email: info.mailbox@paladin.cjsm.net
(Please note that you can only use this account if sending from a secure email account.)
Tel: 020 3866 4107.

National Stalking Helpline (The Suzy Lamplugh Trust):

Email: e-mail info@stalkinghelpline.org

www.stalkinghelpline.org

Tel: 0808 802 0300

 

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