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On this page, professional staff from the Sexual Misconduct Support Team and the Sexual Misconduct Adjudication Team answer questions we hear often.

If you have a question that is not addressed here, please contact any of us. We can give you information and discuss your questions and concerns. 

What is stalking?

Stalking is a form of sexual harassment and may include persistent attempts to contact a person by phone, electronic communication or regular mail; engaging in unwanted attention towards a person who finds the attention unwelcome, vandalizing the person’s property or leaving unwanted items for the person; and/or constantly appearing at the person’s classroom, residence, or workplace without permission. A person who feels that they are a victim of stalking may file a complaint under Carleton’s Policies against Sexual Misconduct.


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