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To meet the legal definition of stalking, behavior must:
Be repeated, unwanted contact;
Make a credible threat to you or to an immediate family member;
Cause a reasonable person under those circumstances to have fear of bodily injury or kidnapping.
Awareness Month is in January
KNOW IT * NAME IT* STOP IT
Under the laws of all fifty states, the U.S. Territories, the District of Columbia, and federal government, stalking is a crime;
Whereas, 6-7.5 million people are stalked in a one-year period in the United States(*those that report it) The majority of victims are stalked by someone they know;
Whereas, 3 in 4 women killed by an intimate partner have been stalked by that intimate partner;
Whereas, many stalking victims lose time from work and experience serious psychological distress and lost productivity at a much higher rate than the general population.
"#WearBlueDay raises public awareness. This could lead to more eyes and ears on the street in areas law enforcement wouldn't normally have immediate access to."
Malik B., Human Trafficking Officer
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