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Harassment and Stalking

Harassment can be any repeated behaviour that is unwanted and makes you feel threatened, scared or upset.

You could be a victim of harassment or stalking if someone is:

  • following you
  • persistently contacting or attempting to contact you
  • publishing a statement or other material about you, pretending to relate to you, or appearing to originate from you
  • monitoring you online (internet, email or social media)
  • loitering in any place (whether public or private)
  • interfering with your property
  • watching you or spying on you

Report it

Important: If you feel a person's behaviour is putting you in immediate danger, you should call 999 straight away.

If you are being stalked or harassed, we would prefer to speak to you on the phone (by calling us on 101) or in person at a police station. To contact us online fill in the Report a crime or incident form.

Help and support

The National Stalking Helpline

The Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service

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