» If You are Being Stalked

There are many ways to increase your level of safety, whether you are dealing with a stalking/harassment situation or ending an abusive relationship. Here are some things to consider:

  • Reach out and access resources.
  • Call 911 or police if you are in immediate danger.
  • Call Chapman Public Safety at 714-997-6763.
  • Program emergency numbers into all your phones.
  • Contact Dr. Dani Smith, Campus Advocate do talk and discuss options at:  dasmith@chapman.edu
  • Talking to a counselor or a trusted person can also help.  Being stalked can be very frightening - SPCS

What is Stalking?

Stalking is behavior wherein an individual willfully and repeatedly engages in a knowing course of harassing conduct directed at another person, which reasonably and seriously alarms, torments, or terrorizes that person. Stalking involves one person's obsessive behavior toward another person. Initially, stalking will usually take the form of annoying, threatening, or obscene telephone calls, emails or letters. The calls may start with one or two a day but can quickly increase in frequency.

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