Episode 10 is a deep dive into stalking types, characteristics of stalkers, and useful information to help victims of stalking.
After recording this episode a victim of domestic violence sent me a recording of a DV incident. I feel this is very important for people to listen to. It gives a real insight into the terror and helplessness a stalking victim feels. If you feel this may trigger you, I suggest you not listen to this episode.
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Queensland Criminal Code Act 1899: Sect.359B
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