Being the target of an obsessed person can be a very frightening experience. If you believe you are being stalked or if you are concerned about someone who is the target of this potentially very dangerous crime, safety should be a top priority.
Stalking is not a rare problem. According to survivors of stalking, each year an estimated 1.5 million men, women and children are stalked in the U.S. The National Institute of Justice reports that one out of every 12 women and one out of every 20 men will be stalked sometime in their life. Although most of these occurrences do not end with injuries or death, there are those episodes which do.
It isn't necessary to live in fear and feel that you have no options to defend against the threat. But it is important recognize a dangerous situation and know what to do from the beginning to mitigate the risk.
Stalking is definitely a problem in this country. Yet stalking and harassment crimes are often ignored by law enforcement, or just dealt with by those being harassed or stalked. People generally dont take action until the problem gets very serious or its simply too late.
Do not let the danger escalate. Call our professionals today. We assess the threats, review the current facts, and build a case accordingly. We can help you obtain the necessary evidence you need to file a formal complaint with the authorities and secure a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the perpetrator(s).