Action Against Stalking

Working together to protect and support victims of stalking.

Action Against Stalking (AAS), formerly known as Action Scotland Against Stalking, is an umbrella charity which champions the rights of stalking victims in the UK and across the globe. It is crucial to be aware that stalking can happen in many forms to any gender, at any age and anywhere, be it in private life, the workplace, in education establishments or other environments.

We are committed to pursuing our visions and aims of bringing together law enforcement, relevant agencies, professionals and the justice department to raise awareness and to advise, support and protect victims of stalking through our work in the UK and internationally.

Doctoral Research Study

Doctoral research study into cyberstalking to develop understanding of the victim's experience.

The Voice of a Victim

"Stalking victims do not have the physical bruises to show. Day after day, they are mentally raped. Can pictures prove their anguish and fight to survive? No. Almost every victim you speak to will tell you the same thing - it would have been much easier if he / she had just shot or killed me than the hell I went through, or no one would believe me, especially the officers. Everyone thought I was the crazy one."

Our Vision:

AAS seeks to establish a world with greatly reduced levels of harassment, latent and actual violence, wherein everyone has a Right to natural, lawful freedoms without fear of physical, psychological or predatory threat or menace.

The National Stalking Helpline

Freephone: 0808 802 0300

Open 09:30 to 16:00 Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri; 13:00 to 16:00 Wed; The Helpline is not open on Bank Holidays

Calls are free from all landline telephones and selected mobile networks. Calls will not be shown on BT landline bills.

Action Against Stalking (AAS), formerly known as Action Scotland Against Stalking, is an umbrella charity which champions the rights of stalking victims in the UK and across the globe. It is crucial to be aware that stalking can happen in many forms to any gender, at any age and anywhere, be it in private life, the workplace, in education establishments or other environments.

We are committed to pursuing our visions and aims of bringing together law enforcement, relevant agencies, professionals and the justice department to raise awareness and to advice, support and protect victims of stalking through our work in the UK and internationally.