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English: By letter dated March 22, 2010, The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, released two pages of responsive materials under the Freedom of Information Act “F.O.I.A.” regarding the subject of group stalking. These materials clarified information previously published by the Department of Justice in a January 2009 Special Report entitled Stalking Victimization in the United States. This document clearly states that, out of the category of 3 or more stalkers, 41.2% or 185,050 such cases involved stalkers working together as a team or group. Note that the facsimile number and legend “OJP OGC” indicating Office of Justice Programs and Office of the General Counsel appear in the top margin of the document.
Source F.O.I.A request for detailed information from the Department of Justice’s January 2009 Special Report entitled Stalking Victimization in the United States, pertaining to stalking by teams or groups. To view the report go to (To view the survey document used in the creation of the report (the U.S. Census Bureau's Supplemental Victimization Survey (2006), go to )
Author U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of the General Counsel (Office of Justice Programs, F.O.I.A. No. 10-000169, Source: Office of the General Counsel, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice; (FOIA Contact is Dorothy Lee; 810 7th St., NW, Room 5400, Washington, DC 20531; 202-307-0790; E-mail:




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