Can you get police done for harassment?
What Can The Police Do About Harassment? If you feel as if you’re being harassed or stalked, you can report it to the police or apply for an injunction through civil court. It is a criminal offence for someone to harass you or to put you in fear of violence.
What can I do if I feel harassed by the police?
Under the protection of the U.S. and California Constitution and Title VI, if you’ve been harassed by police, you have the right to file a complaint with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and gain administrative remedy for the police harassment you experienced.
Do you have to have proof of harassment to go to court?
The Court of Appeal rejected the argument that malicious allegations could not be oppressive if they could easily be rebutted. A prosecution under section 2 or 4 requires proof of harassment.
Why was the protection from Harassment Act 1997 introduced?
that in the particular circumstances the pursuit of the course of conduct was reasonable. The Protection from Harassment Act 1997 was intially introduced as a Stalking Bill and was always intended to tackle all forms of harassment including stalking.
When was harassment considered by the Crown Prosecution Service?
The definition of harassment was considered in Plavelil v Director of Public Prosecutions  EWHC 736 (Admin), in which it was held that the repeated making of false and malicious assertions against a doctor in connection with an investigation by the GMC could amount to a course of harassment.
What do you need to know about stalking and harassment?
A prosecution under section 2 or 4 requires proof of harassment. In addition, there must be evidence to prove the conduct was targeted at an individual, was calculated to alarm or cause him/her distress, and was oppressive and unreasonable. Closely connected groups may also be subjected to ‘collective’ harassment.