Victims of stalking to receive advice from Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping's Stalking Advocacy Service in pilot to protect men and women
A support service designed to protect the safety and mental wellbeing of victims of stalking has announced it is ready to take on new clients as the UK marks a national anti-violence campaign.
The Stalking Advocacy Service, funded by Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping and the first of its kind in the county, is a pilot project which has been accepting referrals from Notts Police, who run a monthly stalking clinic.
The service, which helps male and female victims of stalking, is being delivered by Juno Women's Aid, Nottinghamshire Women's Aid and Equation, which are working together to deliver a one-stop shop of support.
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