By standing up we change the story

for stalking victims.

  • 1 in 6 women, and 1 in 17 men have experienced stalking at some point in their lifetime.


  • 1 in 7 stalking victims report moving because of the stalking.

  • Stalking victims suffer much higher rates of depression, anxiety, insomnia, and social dysfunction than people in the general population. 


  • Stalking victims fear not knowing what will happen next, they lose work, they lose jobs and sometimes stalking victims lose their lives. 


  • Stalking is very rarely prosecuted due to the difficulty in proving the crime. 

            (Source: Stalking Prevention Awareness Resource Center 2020 Fact Sheet)

Stand Up Resources trains first responders and victim services providers. Each training is approached with professionalism, knowledge, victim centered practices and enthusiasm. The core values of realness, professionalism and victim centered approach direct and define every action. 




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Anna Nasset is an emerging international speaker specializing on the subjects of stalking. She works with law enforcement, victim service agencies, state and local agencies, DoD, universities, businesses and organizations to be part of the solution. 


She is an authority on how to address stalking, navigating the criminal justice system, empathy, believability, the importance of multidisciplinary teams and works to educate people on victim centered practices. 


Anna addresses these difficult subjects with her energetic nature and positive voice for change, awareness and justice. 

 Anna Nasset Stalking Speaker



Well aren't those some kind words. 

Thank-you to all who attend, learn, share and stand up!


"Anna Nasset told a riveting and compelling person story, which made the crime of stalking real and helped all us of understand the significant and terrible effects on the victims and their families. 


She also discussed the legal and physiological issues  and the entire conference of over 150 were moved, touched, and obtained a  much better and deeper  appreciation of this issue.   Her talked helped all of us be better prepared to help others in this situation."

— Richard Schneider,

President Norwich University

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