Stalking / Internet Stalking and Harassment Investigations
According to the Bureau of Justice, 14 in every 1,000 adults are victims of stalking. Out of those people, 1 in 4 experienced cyber stalking, including unwanted emails and instant messages. People who are stalked aren’t just inconvenienced. They fear for their lives. Because of that, they miss work, lose sleep, and their relationships often suffer. Some people even lose their lives.
If you are a victim of stalking, you need as many resources at your disposal as possible. With over 15 years of experience working on stalking/internet stalking and harassment cases in Colorado, Details Investigations is the obvious choice. Our team will keep you safe by gathering evidence on your stalker. With our help, you can build a solid case against your stalker.
Understanding Colorado’s Stalking Law
Stalking is a felony in Colorado, but you need to build a case against your stalker or he or she will never see the inside of a prison cell. Details Investigations has worked cases under the current law, so we know exactly what law enforcement needs to put your stalker away for years. This is the best way to keep you safe.
In order to prosecute someone under Colorado’s stalking law, the stalker must make a credible threat and repeat the behavior. This behavior must make the victim reasonably afraid of the threat, and they need to suffer some type of emotional distress.
Our team of Denver stalking/internet stalking and harassment investigators use surveillance methods to catch the stalker in the act. We are able to document a repeated pattern of stalking that holds up in court.
Our surveillance methods don’t just catch the stalker in the act. They also protect you. We work with law enforcement in order to get an immediate response if a stalker puts you in danger during our surveillance. For instance, if the stalker enters your property, we call our law enforcement contacts and have them come out immediately. This way, you are protected until we are able to prosecute the stalker.
Do You Need Help?
If you’re still undecided about asking for help, you need to think about what your stalker has done. If your stalker is following you, giving you unwanted gifts, calling or leaving messages, or threatening you, you need help. Stalking can quickly escalate to violence. Unwanted phone calls can turn into someone showing up at your door, trying to come inside. It can also lead to unwanted visits at work or at your family’s house. It is important that you get help before it turns violent.
You Might Know Your Stalker
It’s also important to understand that you can be stalked by someone you know. In fact, most cases of stalking/internet stalking and harassment in Denver are between people who know each other. Even if you know the person, he or she is not allowed to stalk you and can be criminally prosecuted.
What if the Person Wins the Case?
We work hard to compile all of the evidence needed to put the person in jail. However, what if the stalker gets a sympathetic jury and gets off? If that is the case, we can help you relocate to a new location that your stalker cannot find. Then you can start over without fear.
Stalking is a serious crime, and you need a serious and responsible investigative team on your side. Contact us today for a free consultation. Then, we will be ready to develop a plan so we can stop your stalker.