Stalking is a repetitive pattern of unwanted, harassing and/or threatening behavior committed by one individual against another. Traditionally, stalking behaviors can include, being followed, harassed, intimidated, and/or receiving unwanted gifts. Advances in technology have created the term cyberstalking, which typically refers to the use of some form of electronic communication to stalk, harass, monitor, or threaten. All states and the Federal Government have passed anti-stalking legislation. Stalking can involve someone from a previous intimate relationship, such as a former spouse or lover to non-intimate relationships, such as friends, coworkers, customers / clients, or complete strangers. In these cases, we can conduct an indirect threat assessment.