Approximately 6 million people in the U.S. experience stalking each year with the largest majority of victims being women between the ages of 18-24. Stalking is characterized by a pattern of behavior or unwanted attention that causes victims to feel fear or mental anguish and is a crime in all 50 states and every jurisdiction in America. We take a deep dive on this subject with attorney Elaina Roberts. Ms. Roberts is the Technology Safety Legal Manager with National Network to End Domestic Violence Safety Net Project who has expertise in stalking and related laws and legislation. Together we explore what stalking is, who it affects, laws that protect victims, and numerous resources that offer support. This episode is supplemented with additional information in a blog post of the same title available on GenesisShelter.org and an episode about stalking on the Podcast on Crimes Against Women.