Harassment and stalking
Everybody has the right to feel safe going about their daily business but we know that harassment and stalking can have a devastating effect on people’s lives.
If you are being harassed or stalked you may feel scared and isolated. This isn’t just the case when you are physically followed, unwanted online or phone contact may also be classed as harassment or stalking. In many cases the unwanted attention comes from someone known to the victim and we often hear from victims who are blaming themselves.
You must remember, nobody has the right to subject you to behaviour that makes you feel scared and unsafe. Behaviour like that is not your fault and it is never ok.
If you are suffering as a result of stalking or harassment we are here to help. We provide emotional support, guidance and practical help to make sure you can move forward.
It doesn’t matter if you haven’t reported the incidents to the police but if you would like to we can help with that too.
Whether the events have taken place recently or in the past, we are here – to talk, to listen, for advice, for help.
All of our services are free and confidential, please get in touch.
What is stalking?
If you want to find out more about what constitutes stalking you can watch the video below. This has been produced by the Susy Lamplugh Trust for National Stalking Awareness Week 2015.