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National Stalking Helpline


There is a national stalking helpline now available for those who need help and advice about stalking.

What is stalking? It is hard to give an exact definition of stalking because stalkers will often use multiple and differing methods to harass their victims. Stalking can consist of any type of behaviour such as regularly sending flowers or gifts, making unwanted or malicious communication, damaging property and physical or sexual assault. If the behaviour is persistent and clearly unwanted causing you fear, harassment or anxiety then it is stalking.

The National Stalking Helpline has trained advisors are ready to take your calls. Call them from 09:30am – 4pm on weekdays (except Wednesdays: 1pm – 4pm)

Who to contact

Telephone
08088 02 03 00
E-mail
info@suzylamplugh.org
Website
www.stalkinghelpline.org

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