Posts Tagged ‘stalking’

National Stalking Awareness Week 2018

17th April 2018

The theme of this year’s National Stalking Awareness Week is #ReportingStalking. Here’s a media release by our colleagues Suzy Lamplugh Trust:  Information revealed today by  Suzy Lamplugh Trust shows that,… Read more »

Who Should We Be Frightened Of?

31st May 2016

Who Should We be Frightened of? Another simple but important question. Dr Jane Monckton Smith of University of Gloucestershire told Network for Surviving Stalking (okay and a lecture theatre full… Read more »

How The Perpetrator Works

29th May 2016

Dr Jane Monckton Smith of University of Gloucestershire told Network for Surviving Stalking (okay and a lecture theatre full of other people) her thoughts on what motivates perpetrators who carry… Read more »

2 Dangerous Behaviours

28th May 2016

Dr Jane Monckton Smith of University of Gloucestershire told Network for Surviving Stalking (okay and a lecture theatre full of other people) her thoughts on coercive control and stalking. We took… Read more »

Are You Afraid Of Someone?

26th May 2016

“Are You Afraid Of Someone?” It’s a simple but important question and the answer can be quite complex. Dr Jane Monckton Smith of University of Gloucestershire told Network for Surviving… Read more »

What is Stalking?

19th April 2016

Stalking is in itself extremely serious. It can lead to psychological distress; including PTSD, depression and anxiety. It impacts every area of a ‘victim’s’ life – their relationships, finances, work, home. Stalking can also lead to violence – including rape and murder. Stalking is a key factor in domestic homicide – therefore it’s essential to recognise this behaviour as early as possible. Read more »

Domestic Homicide #StalkingCounts

19th April 2016

Domestic Homicide is a serious problem.  On average 102 women are killed every year in the UK by their ex-partner or partner. Stalking is a key factor in domestic homicide.… Read more »