If you think you are being stalked, here is some advice from Veritas Justice: 
  • Trust your instincts  
  • Keep a diary of all incidents and their impact on your daily life  
  • Preserve all communications and gifts as they are useful evidence  
  • Never think that it is not serious if there is no physical violence  
  • Don’t mediate or engage with the stalker unless unavoidable  
  • Tell your friends, family and work colleagues of the situation so that they can help you stay safe  
  • Be aware of how much of your personal information is available online  
  • Don’t block any online communication channels between yourself and the stalker (e.g. email, social media, phone number) - this can be used as evidence as a pattern of behaviour and they may find another way to contact you  
  • Change passwords on your devices, accounts and social media  
  • Regularly check your privacy settings on mobile apps and social networking sites 
  • Get devices checked if you suspect that they have been compromised  
  • Report all incidents to the Police at the earliest opportunity  
  • Contact Veritas for further support and advice 

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