Our Research Centre is designed to provide professionals working in the fields connected to the crime of cyberstalking with useful online information resources.
Drawn from publicly available organization links, papers, articles and documents by experts and front-line service providers in a wide variety of fields, the purpose of this multifaceted resource is to create a central database, useful to any professional working in the field, or who wants to expand their knowledge of cyberstalking into areas outside their own specialty.
There are three main sections in the Resource Centre:
- Research Links: Containing links to the web sites of useful or relevant agencies, organizations and services, broken down into topical categories
- Research Articles: A database of online documents, organized by topics of interest; each item is listed alphabetically by title, and includes the author(s) names, the source, the country of origin, the year of publication, and includes a link both to an abstract or summary of the article, as well as a link to the article itself.
- Network Members: A number of professional organizations, academics, law enforcement agencies and other organizations are participating in a private information sharing network with the Clearinghouse. This section of our site provides a list of those organizations which wished their contact information published. If your institution, organization or agency wishes to take part, an online application is included.
While you are in the Research Centre, there will be a menu in the right-hand column which will allow you to explore the many categories of information available.
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