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This site contains some suggestions about how to remain safe if you are being stalked or harassed.

This site contains some suggestions about how to remain safe if you are being stalked or harassed.

A stalker may be some body with that you are/were in a relationship or it could be a co-worker, acquaintance or anybody else. They are general suggestions that could never be appropriate in almost every situation – please pick and select those that appear highly relevant to your position. After these recommendations can’t guarantee your security, however it may help turn you into safer.

General safety techniques:

  • Often stopping all interaction with an abuser are dangerous. But, if it’s safe to take action, stop all contact and interaction with all the person stalking or harassing you but keep any proof the stalking (such as for instance voicemails, texts, email messages, etc.,) for future court cases or unlawful actions. You may want to limit them as much as possible if it’s not safe to stop all communication.
  • Carry a mobile phone to you. Keep handy or memorize emergency phone numbers which you can use in case there is an urgent situation. Should you ever feel you’re in instant danger, phone 911. You can also qualify for a free phone with free mins from a phone business including the Assurance Wireless Program, sponsored by Virgin Cellphone (WomensLaw is certainly not connected to the program).