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National Center for Campus Public Safety
 

The Model Stalking Policy: Responding to Stalking on Campus

Stalking Resource Center (SRC) and California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, 2011

Numerous colleges and universities across the country contact the Stalking Resource Center each year, requesting assistance on how to address stalking on campuses. Along with requests for technical assistance, schools have asked for examples of stalking policies they could adapt and implement on their campuses. This document is a direct response to those inquiries and was developed to help universities and colleges create or revise their campus policy on stalking. The document also provides useful language about defining stalking, lists of stalking behaviors, and safety considerations for victims. It also includes sample policies that administrators can use in their entirety or adapt for schools' specific needs.

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