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Stalking is not a physical crime per se. It is a psychological crime denoted by its propensity to induce anxiety, fear and uncertainty in the victim.
If left unattended, stalking can escalate to crimes of a more physically violent nature such as sexual assault, abduction, rape and sometimes murder.
Stalking may be defined as:
"Two or more behaviours directed towards a victim that cause, are intended to cause, or where the perpetrator’s behaviour is reckless as to whether it causes, the victim to suffer fear and alarm."
If you or someone you know feel you are in danger, please complete the AAS Referral Form and contact us with the completed form on firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need help filling in the form please download our guide.
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