Obsessed and fixated stalkers hide behind mask of anonymity

Research published today indicates both online and offline stalking increased during lockdown.

Stalkers Don’t Stop Stalking in Lockdown

Alone and in fear, Anne called police to report her ex-partner who was continually turning up at her new home (despite COVID19 lockdown), threatening to tell her family and boss she was gay, threatening to kill her,

Tricia Bernal MBE

CONGRATULATIONS Tricia Bernal MBE

Protection Against Stalking (PAS) are delighted Tricia’s selfless service to victims of stalking has been recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in the 2021 Birthday Honours List. As many will know, Tricia’s beloved daughter, Clare, was murdered at work (Harvey Nicolls, London) by an ex-boyfriend whose stalking behaviour was not understood or recognised in 2005. Tricia has worked tirelessly to address this lack of knowledge ever since. Everyone at PAS knows Tricia is such a deserving recipient of this recognition and how proud Clare would be.

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Early identification and effective interventions save lives

Stalking is life changing. It causes intimidation, fear and sometimes death to the victims.

Protection Against Stalking is committed to raising awareness of stalking and supporting victims and their families.

Contact us by email at: support@protectionagainststalking.org

For training enquiries: training@protectionagainststalking.org

For press or marketing: media@protectionagainststalking.org

PAS Newsletter

2020 was a challenging and rewarding year for PAS. Lockdown did not mean lockdown to the fixated & obsessed stalker, but PAS remained open, supporting victims and raising awareness of stalking.

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Protection Against Stalking and The Cyber Helpline unite to provide victims of cyberstalking with personal advice about how to stay safe online.

With support from Look Ahead, a monthly clinic will be held for anyone living in West Kent who believes they may be the victim of cyberstalking.

THANK YOU

GATWICK
FOUNDATION

We were delighted to receive a grant from the Gatwick Foundation to support victims of stalking in Kent.

BIG LOTTERY COMMUNITY FUND

The Big Lottery are helping PAS to train and support our volunteers who, during 2019 donated over 8,800 hours to supporting victims of stalking.

KENT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION (KCF)

PAS is now able to offer mobile phones to our vulnerable clients to help them stay in contact during the lockdown period.

Protection Against Stalking believe …..

“every victim of stalking should have the support and protection they need, including access to a locally based specialist stalking advocacy service”

Protection Against Stalking raises

“ …. awareness of stalking through delivering training to professionals, making presentations at conferences & seminars and our website”

Protection Against Stalking campaigns

“….. to improve early identification of stalking and early intervention to keep  victims of  stalking safe”

Protection Against Stalking supports

“…. victims of stalking to safety plan, understand available legal protections and rebuild their lives”

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