January is Stalking Awareness Month

There is a significant connection between stalking and femicide. — Stalking Prevention, Awareness and Resource Center (SPARC)

Stalking & Intimate Partner Fact Sheet (Stalking Prevention, Awareness and Resource Center (SPARC))
What to Do If You Are Being Stalked (SPARC)
Supporting Friends and Loved Ones Experiencing Stalking (SPARC)
Campus Stalking (SPARC)
Stalking Resource Center – National Center for Victims of Crime
Overview of Stalking – National Institute of Justice
Use of Technology to Stalk – Rape, Abuse & Incent National Network (RAINN)
Stalking – US Department of Justice
Stalking: What Can I Do? – Victim Connect Resource Center
Stalking Laws – Bureau of Justice Statistics
CyberStalking – Office of Women’s Health – US Department of Health & Human Services
Can I Get a Restraining Order Based on Cyberstalking – Women’s Law
Cyberstalking: Two Federal Cases Illustrate the Consequences of Sextortion – FBI
Signs of Stalking – NYC Crime Victim’s Hotline – Safe Horizon
Stalking Safety Planning – National Domestic Violence Hotline
Stalking Fast Facts – Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Stalking: The Minimized Crime That Can Prove Deadly – Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Am I Being Stalked? – King County Stalking Protection Order

Updated: January 1, 2022