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Stalking is repetitive and/or threatening following, pursuit, harassment, and/or interference with the safety of another. Stalking is unpredictable and dangerous. CARE is available to help students make safety plans. For more information about stalking, visit the National Stalking Helpline. The definition from the Anti-Harassment Policy is listed below:


Any knowing or intentional course of conduct involving repeated or continued following, threatening or intimidating another by telephone, mail, electronic communication, social media, in person or any other action, device or method when such conduct 1) would cause a reasonable person to suffer substantial emotional distress or fear of bodily injury or death and 2) actually causes such person substantial emotional distress or fear of bodily injury or death.


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