If you’re a stalking victim you don’t ever need to feel abandoned or helpless. Being stalked is absolutely frightening and we understand how you feel and how scared you are. It is an invasion of your privacy and your personal space.
If you are a victim of stalking, here are some things you can do to protect yourself:
- If the stalker is calling you on the phone, let the call go to voice mail or an answering machine, with the recorded greeting of another person’s voice. Retain all messages that they leave as evidence that you can hand over to the police.
- Never accept any packages at home or work, unless you ordered them and are expecting them.
- Tell your employer and co-workers about your situation. They may be able to help you screen calls and visitors.
- Never go out alone, even if you’re just going to the car or leaving work. If possible, ask a coworker to accompany you.
Should the stalker become more aggressive or if the stalker physically violates your personal space and/or you feel your life is being threatened, that’s when you should call us. Worldwide Intelligence Network’s Stalker Task Force will help you to get your life back to normal and you will no longer live in fear.