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Domestic Violence and Stalking

Stalking is a form of domestic violence.

  • It is unwanted pursuing.
  • Stalking is actions not wanted by the victim and they threaten or cause fear to the victim.
  • Stalking can include; following, inappropriate approaches and confrontations, appearing at a place of work or residence, unwanted telephone calls, threats, threats to your family and/or friends, unwanted letters, unwanted or threatening gifts and sexual assault to name some of the ways that stalking may occur.

If any of these actions is occurring to you, contact University Police and report this crime. Stalking is a crime. University Police can give you information on restraining orders and begin the process of filing reports should the actions fit into the eliminates of the crime of Stalking.

For additional information and resources on stalking, visit the National Center for Victims of Crime Stalking Resource Center or call the LA County Domestic Violence Safety Plan Hotline at (800) 978-3600.