Stalking may take many forms, including, but not limited to, persistent calling, texting, instant messaging, posting on a social networking site, monitoring behavior, taking pictures or physical stalking.
If you feel that you are being stalked…
- If you feel that you are in immediate danger, call 911 or JCUPD at 216-397-1234
- Take stalking seriously – don’t ignore the behavior
- Develop a safety plan. This might include taking a different route to class, changing your routine, staying at a friend’s house, developing a code word to signal danger to friends or family
- Contact the police; stalking is against the law and John Carroll policy.
- Tell trusted friends and family members about the stalking behavior to get support.