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What is classified as stalking?
The term “stalking” means engaging in a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to fear for his or her safety or the safety of others or suffer substantial emotional distress.
Cyberstalking is a crime in which someone harasses or stalks a victim using electronic or digital means, such as social media, email, instant messaging (IM), or messages posted to a discussion group or forum. Cyberstalkers take advantage of the anonymity afforded by the internet to stalk or harass their victims, sometimes without being caught, punished or even detected.
Cyberbullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. It can include sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation. Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful or criminal behavior.
Harassment is any unwanted behavior, physical or verbal (or even suggested), that makes a reasonable person feel uncomfortable, humiliated, or mentally distressed. Depending on state laws, the definition and boundaries for what's considered harassing behavior may slightly vary.
One of the nation's leading experts on stalking
1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men are stalked
"If you believe you are a victim of stalking, then please reach out to your local law enforcement entity, & try to find a detective who is charged with working stalkers for help." "Also, obtaining a copy of my latest book, Antidote For A Stalker on Amazon, should greatly assist you."
Stalking is a growing concern throughout the world, not just in North America. More and more countries like the United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan are experiencing an upsurge of stalking throughout their communities.
Our newest guide designed to generate a better understanding of the ever evolving menace of stalking
Antidote For a Stalker, is a self-help text designed to assist the victims of stalking, law enforcement, victim advocates, educators, as well as those trying to understand this phenomenon not only in the United States, but in the European Union, and elsewhere around the world. Antidote describes: some of the many stalking laws one might encounter in a variety of regions, the different types of stalkers, the mental health issues often exhibited when dealing with these individuals (including a special section for therapists who work with stalkers and then may become their victims), the stalker's tools of their trade—surveillance, harassment, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, identity theft, trophy collection, etc. The book will also act as a victim's guide to better surviving a stalking, hopefully culminating in a successful prosecution.
Detective Mike Proctor
AKA - the "Duck"
A thirty-three year veteran of the Westminster Police Department, Detective Proctor is a recognized expert and pioneer in the investigation and threat assessment of stalkers. He has worked and consulted on numerous stalking cases both in the United States and abroad.
Mike "Duck" Proctor has become one of the nation's leading experts on stalking. In 1991, he cut his teeth on the case of a woman who had been tormented for more than a decade by an old boyfriend.
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