Our vision and mission
Action Against Stalking seeks to establish a world wherein everyone has a right to natural, lawful freedoms without fear of psychological or predatory threat or menace.
We champion the rights of those affected by stalking in the UK and across the globe.
Action Against Stalking was launched in 2009 by Ann Moulds after experiencing a terrorising stalking experience and realising there was no legitimate support system in Scotland.
Ann successfully campaigned for the creation and inclusion of Section 39 of the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scot) Act 2010 which enables crimes of stalking to be prosecuted based on the behaviour of the stalker and the effects it has had on the victim.
For victims of stalking
If you believe you are being stalked
you will receive confidential support
You can access our digital
victim impact box
To get help email:
National Stalking Helpline - Suzy Lamplugh Trust: 0808 802 0300
*Due to Covid-19, Action Against Stalking regrets that it is operating a limited service and will respond as quickly as possible to enquiries.*
Of those affected by stalking receive unwanted emails, messages and texts.
stalking risk is equal for all genders.
of those who have experienced stalking know the offender in some way.
experience the highest level of stalking.
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