Stalking: Slow Motion Homicide

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90 Minutes

Originally Aired
April 20, 2022

Anna Nasset
Anna Nasset
Survivor, Owner of Stand Up Resources

Anna Nasset will present her own experience as a victim of stalking for the last decade. Through the years, Anna has worked with nearly 100 service providers and community members, has successfully experienced prosecution and is currently still a victim of stalking. From the moment Anna first reported the behavior and actions of a stranger who was stalking her, to sentencing 8 years later; law enforcement, advocates, judges, prosecuting attorneys and more have worked together as a multidisciplinary team and supported her every step of the way, from across the country and within in multiple states. The involvement and support of all the service providers resulted in a conviction for felony aggravated stalking and felony cyber stalking, sentencing the defendant to the maximum 10 years in prison. Anna highlights the positive and lifesaving work of these individuals through-out her case study and gives concrete examples for all victim service providers when working with victims of stalking or other crimes. She educates on the importance of victim-centered responses for all victims of stalking and shares the success and outcome of these practices in her case and life.


As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to:

  • Recognize the victim experience of stalking and learn how to meet victims where they are, while understanding the hurdles and psychological toll stalking takes.
  • Describe tactics you can take to encourage, empathize, and empower victims. 
  • Explain the complexities of the crime of stalking.
  • Demonstrate how to build a stalking case: describing the victim’s role in self-advocacy and evidence collection, identifying patterns and actions of offenders, explaining the importance of multi-disciplinary teams, and proving psychological and life altering injury. 
  • Describe what justice looks like in a crime that for a victim of stalking, is never over. 


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