In recent years, stalking has received significant attention from the criminal justice system, policy writers, support services, charities, researchers, and trainers. While all of them aim to educate others on the catastrophic impact of stalking, it is still a crime that is not identified, is under-reported and misunderstood. In the UK, approximately one in five women, and one in ten men, will be stalked in their lifetime (ONS, 2019). There is no recognised legal definition of stalking, but the College of Policing have released a mnemonic to outline stalking behaviour. If someone’s behaviour is Fixated, Obsessive, Unwanted and Repeated (FOUR) and causes fear and distress, it should be identified as stalking.