Stalking Incident Report
Fill out the Stalking Incident Report by describing the individual person and listing every offense pertaining to that individual. The Stalking Log should be on you at all times. We suggest that you have one in your car, home, etc.
This helpful plan of action can be downloaded and printed from your computer. It contains a list of items that you will need to assemble in advance, essential contact information to keep with you at all times, and other helpful information and safety tips. Secure it in a safe, private place where only you know where to find it.
Recovering from trauma of any kind is an ongoing process in addressing feelings of anger, fear, denial, confusion, shock, and pain. Finding a safe outlet for those feelings can often be the first step to recovery. The mission of the Hodac, Inc. Survivors of Trauma support group is to give survivors an outlet to speak out, ask for help, and get help in return. Call (478) 953-5675 to register.
WomensLaw.org This websiteprovides easy-to-understand legal information and resources to women living with, or escaping from, domestic violence.
ASISTA This is a collaboration of four nationally recognized legal experts who work to provide comprehensive and cutting-edge technical assistance when immigration and domestic violence law intersect.
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council This website has information on the crime victim’s bill of rights and victims compensation.
Georgia Department of Corrections This website has the Georgia sex offender registry.
Victim Resources Library:
Our Victim Services department now offers both an online library and a library within our Hodac offices with books available for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, stalking, dating violence as well as textbooks specifically for industry professionals. Click here for the Library Rules.