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National Stalking Helpline

For individuals who are being harassed or intimidated by the behaviour of another person

For individuals who feel that they are at risk of emotional/physical harm

Offer information and advice on prosecution, reporting harassment/stalking, gathering of evidence, personal safety, and practical steps to reduce the risk.

0800 802 0300 (9.30am - 4pm weekdays excepct Weds 1pm-4pm)

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