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Unformatted text preview: c. Self-blame and shame d. Hypervigilance or overreactivity e. Sleep disturbances f. Avoidance of intimacy g. Weight loss or gain h. Substance abuse i. Intense fear of crowds or being alone j. Anxiety and depression Innovative responses Suspect intervention —police personally call or warn by letter to stop the stalking Ft. Lauderdale —stalking the stalker 1. Neil Rosen served 2 mo. for stalking ex-wife 2. PD knew he would go back 3. He contacted victim and caller ID showed he was in area 4. That day, drove to her apartment, blocked her car in driveway and went to her door 5. Police had followed—ARRESTED on violation of order of protection before he could harm the victim Dover, NH Video of 2 men who had stalked their wives before they murdered them. Video shown to men who are booked on stalking charges....
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- Fall '09
- Common Law Rape, innovative responses, emotional/psychological reactions, COVER STALKING