Stalking & Harassment
Police in Cheshire are backing a national awareness campaign on stalking and harassment, highlighting the importance of reporting this crime early and support available to victims.
The National Stalking Awareness campaign is taking place this week (18 — 22 April 2016) with a focus on social media. Findings from research commissioned by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust into cyberstalking shows that social media is becoming the tool of choice for many stalkers.
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