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NCJ Number: 236059 Find in a Library
Title: Use of Technology to Stalk (DVD and Discussion Guide)
Date Published: 2011
Page Count: 9
Sponsoring Agency: Office for Victims of Crime
Washington, DC 20531
Stalking Resource Center
Washington, DC 20036
Grant Number: 2009-SZ-B9-K005
Document: HTML (NCVC/SRC Resources)
Publisher: http://www.ncvc.org/src 
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Film
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This 15-minute video is designed to enhance awareness among professionals working with stalking victims of how stalkers use a vast array of technologies today.
Abstract: The video provides an overview of the most common forms of technology used by stalkers, victim testimony, and commentary from professions on considerations for working with victims. Stalkers often use technology – such as global positioning systems, computer spyware, and cell phones – to track their victims and evade the police. In this award-winning, 15-minute video designed to train law enforcement and educate communities, a stalking victim tells her story and experts describe how to work with victims of stalking. The video and discussion guide focus on stalking prevalence, technologies used by stalkers, communities’ approaches to the crime, and obstacles to addressing technology-assisted stalking. The short format of the training video makes it ideal for situations in which time for training is constrained, such as law enforcement roll-call trainings or victim advocate training.
Main Term(s): Stalking
Index Term(s): Office for Victims of Crime (OVC); OVC grant-related documents; Science and Technology; Victim profiles; Victimization
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