New research by Alison Bird, Clinical Lead for Stalking at Solace, and the University of Suffolk examining the Victim’s Right to Review by police in stalking and harassment cases

New research by Alison Bird, Clinical Lead for Stalking at Solace, and the University of Suffolk examining the Victim’s Right to Review by police in stalking and harassment cases suggests that police forces lack a transparent, robust and objective system when they decide to take no further action (NFA) in stalking cases. Stalking victims need better guidance and support after reporting stalking and need to know their rights.

Victims of stalking are left frustrated, not taken seriously, the stalking continues and they are failed.”  Alison Bird, Solace. 

To see the key findings or read the full report click on below. 

Full report 

Key findings 

Stalking and Harassment Infographic