A range of info and advice concerning your health and well-being including sexual and mental health and safety.
If you think you are being stalked it is important to get help to put a stop to it. You don’t have to wait for an emergency situation to seek help.
If you would like to check your situation to find out whether you are potentially a victim of stalking, you can use this checklist.
Sources of Help
The Student Advice Centre provides free and confidential support where you can discuss your concerns. We do not require that the abuse has been reported to the police.
The Student Advice Centre can give you support and guidance as to what to do, and we can help you liaise with other services such as the police and support services if you wish.
The National Stalking Helpline provides guidance and information to anybody who is currently or has previously been affected by harassment or stalking.
The helpline can provide guidance on; the law in relation to stalking and harassment, reporting stalking or harassment, effective gathering of evidence, ensuring your personal safety and that of your friends and family and practical steps to reduce the risk. You can call this helpline on 0808 802 0300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The opening hours are 9:30am to 4.00pm Weekdays (except Wednesday1.00pm to 4.00pm).
The Suzy Lamplugh Trust provides simple tips to put a stop to stalking and personal safety information.
The Knowledge website also provides information and advice regarding crime and personal safety.
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