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Stalking is often included among types of intimate partner violence.  Stalking generally refers to harassing or threatening behavior that an individual engages in repeatedly, such as sending the victim unwanted presents, following or laying in wait for the victim, damaging or threatening to damage the victim's property, appearing at a victim's home or place of business, defaming the victim's character or spreading rumors, or harassing the victim via the Internet by posting personal information. As with perpetrators of physical and sexual violence, stalkers may be motivated by a desire to exert control over their victims. Stalking and intimate partner violence may co-occur. If you would like more information or think you or someone you know is being stalked please contact, us and we can provide you with options. wrc@coastal.edu or ccuadvocate@coastal.edu


For more information on stalking, please see our resources page