An Investigator’s Guide to Stalking

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Here is an excellent book which is essential reading for any victim of stalking, whether physical stalking or cyberstalking.  It is full of valuable information and insights from this ex-policeman.

The foreword by Diana Lamplugh OBE, of The Suzy Lamplugh Trust describes it like this:

This small book, funded by the Home Office who commissioned Hamish Brown’s research, deals with both the victims of stalkers and the perpetrators of their especial type of torture. The book is designed to ensure that police investigators will be fully informed as to how to recognise a stalker – what they are likely to do, how they can destroy their victim and when stalking might become really dangerous. There is advice for the police investigator, help for victims on how they can work with the police and good ideas for survival. 

Download the free guide here.

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