Stalking can have a profound impact on your daily life when you suffer from unwanted attention, receive unwanted messages or even abuse through, for example, unwelcome visits, being followed, letters, telephone calls, text messages or e-mails. The internet and social networking sites make it very easy to (cyber) stalk someone. Harassment of your family, friends or loved ones is also an indirect form of stalking. Unfortunately this is often not a priority for the police or public prosecutor’s office, and they usually do not intervene until the situation is completely out of hand. We can do what is needed to identify your stalker and make the necessary observations to build up a strong case in support of your complaint and obtain legal measures through the judicial authorities.
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