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Accompanying forms to go with the DASH-RIC form

This document contains useful information and guidance about assessing additional risk factors for LGBT+ survivors, and survivors experiencing stalking or multiple disadvantage.

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Cyber Security Tips for people experiencing Stalking and Tech Abuse

Nottinghamshire police have compiled a list of useful tips for people experiencing Stalking and Tech Abuse. The document suggests key actions and processes to follow to prevent survivors being monitored by a perpetrator of this form of abuse.

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Guide to Tech Abuse

Researcher’s from UCL (London’s Global University) working develop responses to the challenges and opportunities of emerging technologies have compiled this guide on how internet-connected devices can affect victims of gender-based domestic and sexual violence and abuse. This guide should be used in┬ácollaboration to advice from local services and the police.

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Information on Cyber Stalking

A summary of cyber-stalking.

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S-DASH Risk Identification Checklist For Use in Stalking and Harassment Cases

This risk identification checklist can be used in all cases of stalking and harassment. It should be completed by professionals if there are two or more incidents of stalking and harassment (reported or unreported) and/or if the victim is extremely frightened.

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Stalking and Harassment Information

An explanation of stalking and harassment and anti-stalking legislation, as well as advice for supporting victims.

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Stalking: Understanding and Responding to Victims’ Needs

An overview about stalking and its impacts on victims.

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Tech Abuse Resource List

This resource list is intended as supplementary material to better inform and guide victims of technology-facilitated abuse as well as those working with them.

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