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What’s the difference between ‘creepy’ behaviour and ‘stalking’?

What’s the difference between ‘creepy’ behaviour and stalking’? And if someone’s behaving in a ‘creepy’ or ‘obsessive’ way, when should you start getting worried?

If you’re frightened by someone’s behaviour towards you and feel you’re in danger, call 999 now.  Your instinct is the best protection you have against a stalker – trust it.

This is the healthy advice provided by the Network for Surviving Stalking.

Watch this video by Orchid Films to find out if you're a victim of stalking.

 

Stalking is a crime that starts on a small scale. A few texts or emails; phone calls; or someone who won’t take a hint you’re not interested. But it can leave lives in ruins and lead to rape and murder.
Your instinct is the best protection you have against a stalker. Trust it.

Find out more about stalking at trustyourinstinct.org.

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