If you’d like to participate in an in-depth survey on being a victim of stalking, please go to:


This is a questionnaire put together by Dr Lorraine Sheridan and myself in order to find out the extent of the problem and what victims go through to prove that help is desperately needed.  Dr Sheridan is the UK’s leading psychologist on the subject and has been compiling reports from the data received.


6 Responses to “Stalking Survey”

  1. Eleanor White Says:

    Hi –

    Can you advise where to find the 2009 stalking survey’s questions and results?

    I’ve seen the earlier survey, and I’m specifically interested in the later 2009 version.


    Eleanor White
    Ontario, Canada

    • traceymorgan Says:

      Hi Eleanor,
      Thanks for your post, I’m not sure of any further surveys since then, apart from the British Crime Survey about crime in general.

      Kind regards

  2. Tom Says:

    HI I am being “gangstalked” in London and need some help.

    Are you familiar with this term and do you know where I can get help?



    • traceymorgan Says:

      If you’d like to contact the National Stalking Helpline, they should be able to point you in the right direction.

      Kind regards

  3. Anisa Says:

    Dear Tracy
    I think it is really brave of you to publish this blog as a form of advice and support for others who have had similar experiences. I’m not sure that I would have been able to be so constructive having been through what you have. I am contacting you with regards to a survey I would like to conduct for a master’s dissertation at University College London, looking at ways we can protect victims who have been stalked by ex partners. please contact me if you wouldnt mind looking over the questions and perhaps hosting the link on your website? Many thanks!

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