Being stalked is a frightening experience that leaves a person feeling terrorized and powerless.
If you think you are being stalked, you can take some steps to stay safe and build a case against your stalker. Always remember to call for help if you feel you are in immediate danger, or you believe you are being followed.
1. Cease Communication.
● Avoid communicating with the stalker. A stalker’s behavior makes them feel they have power over you. Never respond or react to them. If you provide them with any reaction, they have successfully manipulated you into getting you to respond to them.
● Take all threats seriously. If the stalker has directly or indirectly threatened to harm you, believe them. Contact law enforcement immediately and make plans to be safe.
● Make changes to your technology. If your stalker had access to your phones, computers etc get new ones because the old ones may be infected with GPS tracking devices. Get a new email address and phone number.