Sussex PCC's video log: One stalking survivor's story

'He would bombard me with messages, emails, any form of communication. I felt like I was under siege. I'd have to lock all my doors. He was turning up at all hours relentlessly ringing the bell, trying to kick the door in.' The words of Naomi, who was stalked by her ex-partner.

Wednesday, 11th May 2016, 9:04 am
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 1:10 am
Katy Bourne. PCC for Sussex.

One in five women and one in ten men will experience stalking in their lifetime. It is a serious and life-altering crime that can cause psychological harm and lead to physical assault. That is why Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, allocated £10,000 from her Victims’ Services Fund to Sussex based charity, Veritas, for their Stalking Advocacy Service.

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