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To engage in a knowing and willful course of conduct directed at a specific person or a family or household member of such person with the intent to injure, terrify, threaten, or intimidate. It can include the use of regular mail, e-mail, instant messaging, text messages, posting on social websites and/or faxes. Stalking and cyber stalking are considered crimes and such behaviors are prohibited by University policy and Nebraska law.
Stalking is unpredictable and dangerous. No two stalking situations are alike and anyone can be a victim, including college students from any economic, ethnic, or religious group.
The vast majority of stalking victims know their stalker, usually because they have had a relationship with him or her.#160; The stalker can be an intimate partner or former partner, classmate, roommate, or other acquaintance. A victim can be stalked for several days or for many years. The stalker’s actions can also affect family, friends, and coworkers.
Associated State of Nebraska Statues:
Signs Stalkers can demonstrate: