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National Stalking Awareness Week 2024 | 22-26 April Tue 09 Apr 2024

The theme for this year's National Stalking Awareness Week is "Join Forces Against Stalking", and highlights the importance of multi-agency approached to help support victims.



This year’s theme for National Stalking Awareness Week is “Join Forces Against Stalking” and will take place from 22 April until the 26 April.

To help champion this message about effective multi-agency approaches to support victims and to create preventative measures. Multiple agencies across the West Yorkshire area will be sharing content on their platforms, including West Yorkshire Combined Authority and West Yorkshire Police, in a bid to raise awareness around stalking and what can be done to combat it.

If you are unsure as to what is deemed “stalking”, it is defined as persistent and unwanted attention where the victim feels pestered and harassed. There are many forms of harassment ranging from unwanted attention from somebody, seeking a romantic relationship, to violent predatory behaviour.

For further information on stalking and harassment, the signs and how to report it, please use the links provided.

Additionally, the Suzy Lamplugh Trust will be hosting an online conference discussing multi-agency approaches to support victims and to combat stalking. If you are interested and wish to sign up, please use the link below.

Lastly, both the Bradford Safeguarding Adults Board and the Bradford District Safeguarding Children Partnership will be supporting this year’s National Stalking Awareness Week by sharing posts on the Safer Bradford social media platforms. If you want to show your support, learn more about what you can do or how to support this year’s awareness week, please follow our platforms listed below.