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(p. 343) Risk Assessment of Public Figure Stalkers 

(p. 343) Risk Assessment of Public Figure Stalkers
(p. 343) Risk Assessment of Public Figure Stalkers

P. Randall Kropp

, Stephen D. Hart

, and David R. Lyon

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date: 18 January 2019

This chapter discusses the risk assessment of public figure stalkers, including general challenges (targeted nature of stalking, stalking and implicit threats, the persistent nature of stalking), special challenges to risk assessment in public figure stalking (the risk of a public persona, diversity in motivations, unknown perpetrators and incomplete assessment information), models of risk assessment, structured professional guidelines for assessing stalkers, integrating the clinical and operational approaches.

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