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Support for victims of stalking


​At the moment, there is no dedicated support service for victims of stalking in Ireland. Sexual Violence Centre Cork are currently offering their services until such a service becomes available. The Centre provides a number of free services such as their freephone helpline, information and advice and counselling. To find out more, visit www.sexualviolence.ie/services.

You can contact Sexual Violence Centre Cork by freephone, text/Whatsapp, email, social media or through their website.


Contact Sexual Violence Centre Cork


Freephone: 1800 496 496 
Text/Whatsapp: 087 1533 393
Email: info@sexualviolence.ie

 

The Gardaí and Protective Services Units

Protective Service Units are special Garda units set up to deal with crimes such as sexual violence and domestic abuse. When contacting your local Garda Station, we encourage you to ask for your local Protective Service Unit as these Gardaí are specially trained to investigate crimes like stalking. There are 27 of these units across the country. 

In an emergency, it is vital that you call 999 or 112. 

For information and advice on reporting and keeping an evidence log, take our 'Am I being stalked?' assessment.