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Appalachian State University defines stalking as engaging in any behaviors or activities occurring on more than one occasion directed at a specific individual that places or is likely to place a reasonable individual in fear or at risk of physical, mental, or emotional harm for themselves or others. Such behaviors or activities may occur directly, indirectly, or through a third party, and may include, but are not limited to: 

  • unwelcome communication of any type (e.g., face-to-face, telephone calls, voice messages, electronic mail, written letters or notes);
  • unwanted gifts;
  • pursuing/following;
  • observing/surveillance; or
  • interference with property.

The video below contains scenes and depictions of stalking. 
Watch this video to gain a better understanding of what stalking
looks like and how to recognize signs of this type of violence. 


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