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Title IX

Empowering Students to Stop Sexual Violence

Title IX : Stalking

Stalking

Stalking occurs when “any person willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follows or harasses another person and/or makes a credible threat with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety, or the safety of his or her immediate family. Stalking is a crime.
 

Some Things Stalkers Do:

  • Repeatedly call you, including hang-ups.
  • Follow you and show up wherever you are.
  • Send unwanted gifts, letters, cards, or emails.
  • Damage your home, car, or other property.
  • Drive by or hang out at your home, school, or work.
  • Threaten to hurt you, your family, friends, or pets.
  • Find out about you by using public records or on-line search services, going through your garbage, contacting friends, family, neighbors, or co-workers.
  • Use technology, like hidden cameras or global positioning systems (GPS), to track where you go.

Helpful Tips

  • If you are in immediate danger, call 911
  • For information or help call the Stalking Hot Line at (877) 633-0044
  • Refrain from meeting the stalker for any reason
  • Trust your instincts. Don’t downplay the danger.
  • Tell as many people as you can. Give them a description of the stalker.
  • Develop a safety plan, including things like changing your routine, arranging a place to stay, and having a friend or relative go places with you. Also, decide in advance what to do if the stalker shows up at your home, work, school, or somewhere else.
  • Destroy your own discarded mail.
  • Keep evidence of the stalking. When the stalker follows you or contacts you, write down the time, date, and place. 
  • Keep emails, phone messages, letters or notes. Photograph anything of yours the stalker damages and any injuries the stalker causes. Ask witnesses to write down what they saw. Save these notes and documents in a place the stalker cannot know about them or find them.

Contact

Generally, the quickest and most accessible way to seek help for a Title IX-related concern at (College) is to contact your Title IX Coordinator.



Complaint Form

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LAMC Title IX Coordinator

Kelly Enos

(818) 364-7610

EnosKW@lamission.edu

Instructional Building
Faculty Office area
Office #21

LAMC Title IX Deputy

Madelline Hernandez

(818) 364-7618

HernanMK@lamission.edu

They are on your campus, ready to assist you. If you still have additional questions or concerns related to Title IX, you may also contact Victoria Friedman at LACCD's Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at (213) 891-2125 or friedmv@laccd.edu. LACCDs Office for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is located at the Districts Educational Services Center in downtown Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Area

Valley Trauma Center CSULA

14651 Oxnard st.
Van Nuys, CA 91411
(818) 787-9700

Strength United

David H. Fox
Counseling Center Phillips Graduate University

19900 Plummer St.
Chatsworth, CA
91311

(818) 861-6627

Counseling Center:
(818) 386-5615

National

Domestic Violence Hotline
800 978-3600

Stalking Hotline
877 633-0044

National Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-SAFE (7233)

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