Good news: Following the debate in Northern Ireland a review is now underway led by Paul Frew, MLA and Chairman of the Justice Committee. The priorities include a focus on stalking, coercive control, sexual crimes and public protection arrangements.
The Stalking Sentencing Bill second reading was postponed today (Friday 28 October) and will now have it’s second reading on November 18. Alex Chalk, MP first introduced the Bill under the Ten Minute Rule on October 12 2016. He made a compelling case for change and we are proud to be working along side him,… Read more
Assembly members from all sides of the house backed the DUP motion calling for new stalking measures on Monday 12 September, which is significant progress following our campaign. Paul Frew DUP MLA and Chairman of the Justice Committee in The Assembly spoke about the need for new legislation to tackle stalking in Northern Ireland. He highlighted… Read more
Stalking should be recognised as a serious crime in Northern Ireland to prevent Murders In Slow Motion 12 September 2016 We have been campaigning for a stalking law in Northern Ireland. Following our successful All Party Parliamentary Stalking Law Reform Campaign in England and Wales, a new stalking law was introduced in November 2012. Scotland… Read more
Back in late December 1996 all eyes were on the horrific murder of 6 year old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey. In addition to the media storm that erupted around her homicide, the long running investigation into her death drew a slew of detectives, prosecutors, forensic specialists and member of the FBI. However, as The Hollywood… Read more