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If you, or someone you know, is being stalked or harassed there are things you can do to help deal with it. You don’t have to put up with this behaviour or suffer in silence.
If you're being stalked or harassed:
You don't need to collect 'evidence' before you report stalking or harassment to us. If you are keeping a record of what's happened, it's useful if you:
It's not your fault that this is happening to you and you shouldn't have to feel as if you need to adjust your behaviour any more than any of us do to stay safe from harm. You might want to consider:
Find out more about how to protect yourself online
If you're receiving unwanted calls:
You can also get more help and advice from these support organisations.
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