Stalking - Recognise, Respond and the Law, and Cyber Enabled Stalking

Microsoft Teams Webinar, n/a
Admin Contact
Adult Social Care Training Mailbox (
Target Audience
Assessment & Care Management / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector)
target audience
Course Types
Course categories
ESCC Assessment & Care Management / Independent Care Sector, Carers & Voluntary Sector / Safeguarding Adults Board Multi-Agency Training
Safeguarding Adults
Course description

Stalking is a serious public protection and public health issue that affects the lives of an estimated 5,053,000 individuals every year. This means an ever-increasing pressure at grassroot level to respond effectively and efficiently to reports and disclosures of stalking as well as developing a more comprehensive multiagency model to manage the risk posed by stalkers. In turn, it inevitably means a need to improve knowledge, skills and access in this complex area.

Stalking campaigns are often built on small, seemingly isolated and low-level crimes. Early, well informed multiagency interventions are central to increasing safety and wellbeing in addition to reducing reoffending and re-victimisation. Further challenges come in the way perpetrators are finding ever more innovative ways to target their victims, especially with the rise in cyber offending, and the significant amount of electronic tracking devices available for very little cost, and the increase in social media and web-based activities.

Once your place on this event has been confirmed, you will receive a separate email with a link to the Microsoft Teams or Zoom meeting.

Please note this email will be sent from the East Sussex Learning Portal.


The link to join the training will be sent one week before the day of the event.

Please read the attached document "Attending Online Training" before joining the course.

Training objectives
Learning outcomes

By the end of this course it is anticipated you will be able to:

  • Understand the differences between stalking and harassment

  • Understand the links between stalking and other forms of victimisation

  • Enable professionals and practitioners to accurately identify and respond to stalking reports and disclosures

  • Recognise and manage the risks associated with stalking

  • Disseminate and embed best practice.

Additional Information

Please keep the attached course materials in a safe place to access throughout the course.

Start Date
Monday 17 January 2022
End Date
Monday 17 January 2022
Closing Date
Sunday 9 January 2022
09:30 - 12:30
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