What is Stalking?
Stalking is defined as a repetitive pattern of unwanted, harassing, or threatening behavior that is committed by one person against another. Acts that could be considered stalking include: being physically followed, repeated watching, harassment via telephone, receiving unwanted gifts, and other similar forms of intrusive behavior. The person doing the harassing is usually referred to as a stalker. Cyberstalking is the use of information and communications technology, particularly the Internet, by an individual or group of individuals, to harass another individual, group of individuals, or organization. Creepy people love the internet because they can harass others and still remain anonymous.
Delta Hawk Protective Agency and Investigations have the knowledge, tools, commitment, expertise and strategies to stop the stalker and get them prosecuted.
A Stalker is a very serious problem harassing and intimidating their victims. Psychologist and Law Enforcement all agree that Stalkers would continue his or her aggressive behavior until something serious happens. A stalker can be emotionally and financially strain full on you. Stalking can be in several types of forms; For example cyberstalking, intimate stalker, family members stalker, stranger stalker or group stalking. There thousands of stalker cases that are not reported every year since many women give up to their stalker and accept the abuse. In most cases, the Police are not able to help because our legal system requires evidence and proof, which can take several hours of investigating with advanced tactics and techniques.