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St Albans

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This talk will be delivered by one of the national experts on cyberstalking: Dr Emma Short from the University of Bedfordshire. The talk will cover:

* The trauma of being cyberstalked

* The damage to lives directly from victims of cyberstalking

* How to recognise if/when you are being cyberstalked

* Understanding the risk posed by cyberstalkers

* How to safeguard yourself and those important to you.

This event will be recorded live on Radio Verulam 92.6FM from the Maltings Arts Theatre. All proceeds for ticket sales will be shared by two local Women's Refuges. The talk is kindly sponsored by EP Productions.

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Dr Emma Short is a Reader in Cyberpsychology and is based at the University of Bedfordshire. She is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS). As Director of the National Centre for Cyberstalking Research (NCCR) she is a researcher in online behaviour, and currently leading a Home Office funded project designed to improve capabilities in the police response to cyber harassment and cyberstalking. Emma's research has identified that the impact of sustained online threat which characterises cyberstalking, poses significant risk, with many victims reporting clinical levels of PTSD. She is a regular contributor to press and broadcast media in these areas.

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