- Directory of Crime Victim Services by Office for Victims of Crime
- Information on Orders of Protection is available on womenslaw.org
Stalking Survivor Resources by Jodi's Voice
A list of tools to stay safe while you are being stalked. Visit www.jodisvoice.org for more information on stalking.
Of course, this list and its resources do not guarantee safety in any way. Choose the ones that work best for you.
Address Confidentiality Programs were created to protect victims of stalking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes from offenders who use public records, such as voter or drivers' license registries, to locate them.
Here's how it works
Choose your first responders from your address book
Set an alarm when you jump in a taxi, head out on a date or even go hiking
Check in when you're safe
If the timer runs out your responders are alerted that you may need assistance, even if your phone is damaged, switched off or has no cellular coverage. Responders are even shown a map to your location.
You can also activate an instant SOS alarm at any time.
Can send law enforcement your GPS location
All 50 states have laws that explicitly address electronic forms of stalking, harassment or cyberbullying.
Instant live streaming video allows your emergency contacts to see and hear what is happening while transmitting your GPS location.
With great power comes great responsibility, so lock up that smartphone.
Signs that your phone may have been hijacked:
screen lights up for no reason
Ambient noise in the background when you're on a phone call
Strange text messages from an unknown origin
Your location settings are on without authorization
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.
Apps to Help:
- Check On Me - Choose your “first responders” from your contacts list. Set the app before heading out and if you do not “check in” your “first responders” will be notified.