What help is available if you experience harassment in Rutland?

Harassment is any form of unwanted and unwelcome behaviour, which may range from mildly unpleasant remarks to physical violence.

Examples of harassment include:

  • Unwanted phone calls, letters, emails or visits
  • Abuse and bullying online
  • Stalking
  • Verbal abuse and threats
  • Smashing windows or using dogs to frighten you.

If the harassment relates to a service provided by us, you should first contact us direct.

If the harassment is of a sexual or racially related nature or is verbal or physical abuse you should contact the police

You should also contact the Police (non-emergency 101) in cases of bullying whether at work, in society, at school or at home. More information on bullying is available in the useful links tab.

There are also some links to major organisations that can provide help and assistance as well as information on anti-social behaviour.

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