Stalking in Later Life

This resource is provided by the National ClearingHouse on Abuse in Later Life


“A study reviewing data from the National Violence Against Women Survey found that older adults were almost as likely as younger people to be stalked. The study also found that women age 55 and older are more likely than men of the same age to be stalked. Most often the stalker is someone known to the victim and often stalking occurs as part of domestic violence in later life.”

Read the handout here