WAO: Law must include provisions for restraining orders, protection

PETALING JAYA: Besides criminalising stalking, the Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO) has also called for a restraining order against stalkers to be introduced and for anti-stalking laws to cover cyberstalking.

WAO senior advocacy officer Rusni Tajari said that from the non-governmental organisation’s experience of working with stalking survivors for many years, there was currently very limited recourse to justice and protection.

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