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Report 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, watching you or spying on you
  • persistently contacting or attempting to contact you
  • sending unwanted gifts
  • 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

Immediate danger

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, contact us:


Guidance and support

Stalking and harassment can have serious consequences on a victim’s physical and mental health. Support is available:

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