Stalking is defined by Merriam-Webster as “to pursue obsessively
and to the point of harassment”. However, stalking can become much more
dangerous than simply being harassed. California Penal Code, section 646.9
defines stalking as “any person who willfully, maliciously, and
repeatedly follows or harasses another person and who makes a credible threat
with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety,
or the safety of his or her immediate family”.Violence,
assault, sexual assault, vandalism and homicide are all possible conclusions
from a stalking situation.
If you feel threatened, then you need to take immediate action.
Stalking is not something that only happens to celebrities, it can happen to
anyone. Shown below are some indications of possible stalking.
Someone is watching you, or following you.
You continually receive unwanted phone calls, emails, letters
and / or gifts.
You are receiving a multitude of obsessive phone calls.
You are having inappropriate confrontations with someone on a
Someone is displaying obssessive and jealous behavior toward
You are receiving threats against you, your family, or your
Vandalism is occurring against your personal property,
such as your car or your home.
Someone shows up at your home, or place of work uninvited,
If you feel threatened by someone who exhibits stalking
behavior, call the police NOW. They will listen and they will help. If you
don’t know who is stalking you, we can find out who they are, gather evidence
against them and present the evidence to law enforcement for prosecution. Even
if you already know who it is, but you need to gather evidence of someone’s
stalking behavior, we can do that.
Violence and stalking go hand in hand, so take immediate action.
The bottom line is if you feel threatened don’t hesitate, don’t procrastinate,
don’t make excuses, GET HELP NOW.