Some days after appearing in the media to discuss a report, I was naturally expecting some people to do a ‘double take’ when
New programme will assess the mental health of stalkers.
A charity dedicated to helping victims of stalking has won funding for a world-first project which aims to ‘rehabilitate
Labour's Yvette Cooper warns victims are being let down.
A shockingly tiny percentage of stalking incidents end in the prosecution of the perpetrator, according to a charity. The
At Paladin we take all threats to harm and kill seriously, including an alarming increase in threats to throw acid at a victim, which has happened in 12% of our recent cases. We know that 1 in 2 of domestic stalkers, if they make a threat will act on it and it's 1 in 10 of non-intimate stalkers, if they make threat, will act on it.
Quicker action could save lives.
Failure to take action on stalking could lead to an escalation in violence and potentially death, a study of more than 350
So what happens when a film series of this magnitude frames domestic abuse and male violence against women as sexy and desirable? What message does it send to women and girls, and also to men and boys? Who benefits from widespread acceptance of the belief women and girls secretly want and enjoy sexual violence?
He has been given a suspended sentence.