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Stalking Investigations

Although ‘stalking’ does not have an exact legal definition, section 2A (3) of the PHA 1997 lists example acts involving stalking. Examples include followingspying on, contacting, or forcing contact with the victim through any means, including social media. Although a single act of conduct may appear innocent (in isolation) when carried out repeatedly can result in significant alarm, and distress for the victim. If you believe that you are being stalked, then you should inform the police immediately. You will often need evidence to back up your claim and thats where we can assist. If you are concerned that someone is watching you or that an individual is showing you unwelcome and unwanted attention then we can help.

Feeling as though you are being stalked is highly distressing and can be damaging to your mental wellbeing, trust and current and future relationships. The act of stalking is closely linked to harassment and intimidation. It may involve the perpetrator following the victim in person or online and monitoring their daily activities. An individual who believes they are being stalked can experience immense distress if they think they are being watched or followed.

Our services can assist you in gathering the evidence you need to help support your case. We can conduct counter surveillance to help establish if in fact you are being being stalked and provide you with court admissible evidence if you are . Your stalker might be an ex-partner, an admirer, or an even someone you have previously met online. If you know who your stalker is, conducting a background check could also be an invaluable service to help gather evidence of their past history. It should be noted that for an offence to be committed, there must be at least two incidents where a person has experienced fear, alarm or distress.

The fear of being stalked can be even greater when you do not know the person stalking you. If the problem persists or you cannot determine who is stalking you, as is often the case when it comes to cyberstalking, then please contact us for advice on how we might be able to help you.

We would also strongly recommend that Victims also make contact with the following recognised agencies who can assist and support victims of stalking.

The National Stalking Helpline 

Victim Support

Protection Against Stalking

 

 

 

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