By the end of the show you will... Be confident that you know exactly what stalking is. Be knowledgeable of the key statistics surrounding stalking
What’s covered. Stalking-a recap. The effects on the victim. What you can do to help. How the victim can be proactive. Useful contacts . Useful resources
Stalking & Sexual Assault USAREUR Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program March 9, 2009 Presented by: Michelle M. Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
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Stalking, victims and victimology Diane Solomon Westerhuis, PhD Shifts of focus 1960s- civil rights movements – focus on social inequalities and injustices- shift ...
Matt Markon, Esq. 202-467-8727 Stalking and Disability What is stalking? Defined by statute Common theme present in all statutes Common perceptions What is disability?
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Stalking in the Workplace Prevention, Intervention and Threat Management Eugene A. Rugala Supervisory Special Agent (Retired) Federal Bureau of Investigation National ...
Federal Legislation “In 1990, California became the first state to enact a specific stalking law.”  An Important Cyberstalking Federal Law: 18 U.S.C. 875(c).
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Stalking and Teens Sandy Bromley email@example.com This project was supported by Grant No. 2007-VF-GX-K001 awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of ...
STALKING : A THREAT ASSESSMENT PERSPECTIVE National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime Behavioral Analysis Unit Critical Incident Response Group
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Stalking (cont.) Stalking Actus Reus: Variety of actions, generally involving maintaining physical proximity or visual proximity Some states require threats All states ...
DV Management Presentation.9.12.08 PP 03 version.ppt ... for the Workplace effects of Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Assault
... Disadvantages/Risks Guarantees a public auction Requires that you “show all your cards” publicly without knowing that the deal will be yours if you are the stalking ...
CYBERSTALKING New Media/Old Crime What happened to Cynthia Armistead? Who are cyberstalkers? Regular people, FBI says most are white ...
Cyber Stalking Cases In the first successful prosecution under California's new cyber stalking law, prosecutors in the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office obtained a ...
From a stalking victim support forum “it's like damned if you do, damned if you don't I tried to explain to my friends that when I see and ignore him, he escalates ...
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Stalking Dispute-based or Resentful Stalking often dissatisfied clients (10 cases) like an upset customer who may stalk staff of public organizations (e.g., welfare ...
Over-riding obsessions can lead to offences such as stalking or compulsive theft. Lacking motivation to change, individuals may remain stuck in risky patterns of ...
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Johnson's domestic violence typology: Implications for intervention programmes Dr Nicola Graham-Kevan CPsychol University of Central Lancashire
What are three reasons that cyberstalking may be more commonplace than physical stalking? What are three major reasons the internet is conducive to juvenile cyber crime?
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Stalking Protective Orders Relief Refrain from stalking conduct Refrain from harassing or interfering with the other Costs and attorney’s fees Appropriate psychiatric ...