Stalked: 85% of homicides occurred in the victim’s home

The following link is to a report, which is the culmination of significant research by the Homicide Research Group at the University of Gloucestershire.  t

Exploring the Relationship between Stalking and Homicide – By Dr. Jane Monckton Smith, Karolina Szymanska, and Sue Haile, with the Homicide Research Group, University of Gloucestershire Centre for Learning and Innovation in Public Protection, in association with Suzy Lamplugh Trust.

“Stalking behaviours were present in 94% of the cases”

This research is crucial in showing the link between stalking and homicide.

“85% of homicides occurred in the victim’s home.” As did Morgan’s murder…we thought she was safe in her own home, but we were wrong!

Education and awareness about the REAL dangers of stalkers is critical to raising awareness and making positive changes.  Please read and share with your family and friends.

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust believes that everyone has the right to live life free from the harassment of stalkers. They want to make sure everyone knows that #StalkingMatters and that no one should live in fear of another person.  Read more