Help and advice about stalking

How to get help – the Police

You can report Stalking in the following ways:

By calling 101


In person at your local police station

Remember to always to call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger.

How to get help – specialist services

If you’ve been affected by domestic or sexual abuse or violence contact The Portal to find out more about the help, advice and support available. The Portal is a partnership of leading Sussex Domestic and Sexual Abuse Charities including cgl, which also offers a range of other services in East Sussex.

To contact The Portal, call Freephone 0300 323 9985 or email

Veritas Justice was incorporated in 2014 aiming to assist victims of stalking in Brighton & Hove.  Veritas aims to raise awareness, inform and educate organisations and individuals on the challenges faced by victims of stalking and harassment and the considerable impact on families and children. It also aims to advocate for people, empower and enable individuals to make informed decisions within the criminal and civil and family justice systems.

To contact Veritas Justice, call 01273 766 633 or email 

How to get help – children

If you are worried about a child or teenager who might be at risk of harm or in danger:

In an emergency call 999

Otherwise contact the Single Point of Advice (SPOA) team:

Phone: 01323 464222

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm, Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm

 How to get help – adults

If you are concerned that you or someone you know about may be being abused, neglected or exploited, contact Adult Social Care.

  If the person is in immediate danger, contact the police on 999.

Otherwise Phone: 0345 60 80 191, 8am to 8pm 7 days a week including bank holidays.

How to get help – National

National Stalking Helpline

0808 802 0300 

The National Stalking Helpline provides information and guidance to anyone affected by harassment or stalking.

Paladin NSAS

0207 840 8960

Paladin was established to assist high risk victims of stalking in England Wales. Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers (ISACs) ensure that high risk victims of stalking are supported and that a coordinated community response is developed locally to keep victims and their children safe.  


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