對警方提出的纏擾行為超級投訴

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對警方提出的纏擾行為超級投訴

"他說:"我認為那裡的一些警察聽取了她的意見,[前來]的第一反應者真的非常、非常盡力地幫助她。

"你必須培養出一代人,當他們在新聞中看到跟蹤行為時,他們會感到震驚。我認為有太多的人仍然認為跟蹤騷擾是一個笑話--或者是發生在其他人身上的事情。"

理查德-斯平克斯(Richard Spinks)的女兒格雷西(Gracie)於2021年在德比郡被一名跟蹤她的前同事刺傷,他告訴BBC,受害者 "必須相信這個系統",以便他們站出來。

他說。"你不應該害怕站出來投訴,並以'如果我這樣做,什麼都不會做--他們不會認真對待,也不會有任何行動'的心態進行報告。

"這必須是所有的警察局,全國所有的警察部隊都必須有相同的程序,相同的協調員,倡導者......受過培訓,以處理這些投訴和報告,並調查它們。


"I think she was listened to by some of the police there and the first responder [who] came round was really, really doing his utmost to help," he said.

"You've got to raise a generation who are shocked when they see stalking in the news. I think too many people still think of stalking as a bit of a joke - or something that happens to other people."

Richard Spinks, whose daughter Gracie was stabbed by a former colleague who stalked her in Derbyshire in 2021, told the BBC that victims have "got to believe in the system" in order for them to come forward.

He said: "You shouldn't be afraid of coming forward and complaining and making a report with the mindset of 'If I do, nothing will be done - they won't take it seriously enough, and there won't be any action.'

"It's got to be all the constabularies, all the police forces in the country have got to have the same procedures in place, the same coordinators, advocates...that are trained to deal with these complaints and reports and investigate them.

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