Stalking Law

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What is Connecticut’s Stalking Law?
There are three degrees of stalking defined in Connecticut’s stalking law:

If You Think You are Being Stalked
If you think you or your child is being stalked, call the police, the domestic violence hotline, or the sexual assault hotline immediately.

For more information on “How to Get a Restraining Order”, visit CTLawHelp.org

To Find Providers in Connecticut’s Community Resources Database:

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For more information, visit The National Center for Victims of Crime: Stalking Resource Center link.

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SOURCE: The National Center for Victims of Crime: Stalking Resource Center; CTLAWHelp.org 
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 February2016