Document, document, document…everything!

Always document every single incident, your feelings about that incident; were you frightened, stressed, couldn’t sleep, felt like your stalker was going to get to you (no matter how hyper vigilant you were being)?

It is so very important to have a timeline with the date, time, what you did about it, what happened and how you felt about what you had just experienced. Documenting every incident, keeping that log in a secure place, will help law enforcement build a case against your stalker.

Stay safe!

Stalking Resources

The United States Department of Justice – Office on Violence Against Women (OVW)

STALKING RESOURCE CENTER (A Program of the National Center for Victims of Crimes


CDC – CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION (Stalking: Know it. Name it. Stop it.)

VICTIM CONNECT RESOURCE CENTER (The National Center for Victims of Crime)


OWH (Office of Women’s Health – US Dept. of Health & Human Services

STALKING AWARENESS (SPARC – This project was awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women (OVW)


Please take stalking serious. Our stalking, with our youngest daughter being the main target, lasted only four months, and we had no idea that it would end with our daughter’s murder. Know what you should do if you are being stalked – educate yourself in order to be safe. Don’t become another statistic. Much love & light to you…the more we know and the more we share our awareness the safer we become. #JusticeForMorgan #JusticeForAllVictimsofStalking