Know it. Name it. Stop it
CCFV to offer training during National Stalking Awareness Month
January 17, 2019
One in every six American women and one in 17 men have been impacted by the psychological terror of being stalked. This January marks the fifteenth National Stalking Awareness Month, a call to action to recognize and respond to a serious crime that too often goes unrecognized and unaddressed – sometimes, until it is too late.
Crook County Family Violence will be marking the occasion with a training session on January 18 to educate the community about stalking and the impacts it can have that are often underestimated.
“The training will break down the definition of stalking in a broad se...