Stalker Warning Signs

If you are in immediate and physical danger, please call 911. 

If you think that you are being stalked, please call 911 or our 24-Hour Information & Crisis Line at (918)-7HELP.ME or (918).743.5763 


Stalking is common. The CDC reported that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men have experienced stalking within their lifetimes. Many victims are stalked by a current or former intimate partner during or after an abusive relationship.  

Victims of stalking commonly feel threatened, fearful, and/or concerned for the safety of themselves or loved ones.  

Stalking has been normalized, minimized, and even romanticized in pop culture. Stalking can and often does escalate into emotional, physical, and/or sexual violence – which is why it is a serious crime in every state.   

Some warning signs of stalking include: 

  • Repeatedly sending unwanted gifts, presents, texts, messages, etc. 
  • Making unwanted physical contact that invades another person’s privacy 
  • Showing up to your home, work, school, classes, or other places that you frequent 
  • Leaving strange or threatening gifts or messages for you to find  
  • Monitoring your social media or phone use 
  • Spying, harassing, following, or threatening you online, in your home, in public, at work, etc.  


This list is not comprehensive, but these are some warning signs that you are a victim of stalking.  

If you are in immediate and physical danger, please call 911. If you think that you are a victim of stalking, please document as many incidents as you can. Help is available. Contact the 24-Hour DVIS Information & Crisis Hotline at (918)-7HELP.ME or (918).743,5763