Law enforcement is putting victims at risk by not investigating or recording complaints correctly

This article is about the statistics in England and Whales, but also pertains to what is going on in the US, as well as other countries. 

There needs to be more education and proactive protocols in law enforcement’s toolbox, when it comes to dealing with stalkers, for a safer, more positive outcome for the victim.

Stalking or Coercive Control Should Be Taken Seriously…

‘All cases of stalking or coercive control should be taken seriously and investigated when reported to police.’ – Suky Bhaker Acting CEO of Suzy Lamplugh Trust.

Experts warn of ‘epidemic’ of bugging devices used by stalkers – Read more:

If You See Something…Say Something!

It’s all up to you. When you see something, say something. My Nana used to always say, “What’s right is right.” And we all know when something doesn’t look right, so speak up!

We are all given choices in life, and it really is all up to you…yes, you can be the one to make a difference in this world. Don’t ever think for one moment that you are just one person, and one person can not ever change things…that is not true. Some of the biggest positive changes in this world started out because of one person with conviction, honesty, and a drive to stand up to evil, spoke up and refused to be silenced.

US Homeland Security says, “If you see something, say something.” This not only pertains to our homeland security threats, but also to any criminal activity. We need co-workers, neighbors, and friends to speak up when they see or hear anything that can help stop criminal stalking activity.