Antidote For A Stalker by Mike Proctor
Our newest guide designed to generate a better understanding of the ever evolving menace of stalking

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Antidote For a Stalker, is a self-help text designed to assist the victims of stalking, law enforcement, victim advocates, educators, as well as those trying to understand this phenomenon not only in the United States, but in the European Union, and elsewhere around the world. Antidote describes: some of the many stalking laws one might encounter in a variety of regions, the different types of stalkers, the mental health issues often exhibited when dealing with these individuals (including a special section for therapists who work with stalkers and then may become their victims), the stalker's tools of their trade—surveillance, harassment, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, identity theft, trophy collection, etc. The book will also act as a victim's guide to better surviving a stalking, hopefully culminating in a successful prosecution. The elements of workplace stalking and how to handle same are outlined; as well as security measures for both home and the workplace. This text also presents a protocol for law enforcement designed to better investigate and prosecute a stalker. The entire book is written in an easy to understand fashion, incorporating many examples allowing the reader to better grasp the points being presented.
 

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Published May 15, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, N. Charlston, South Carolina. 520 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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In this comprehensive self-help guide, Proctor (How to Stop a Stalker, 2003) offers tips on how to avoid being a victim of stalking.

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