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About This Website

This website was created by the King County Prosecutor’s Office, with consultation from key partners, to serve as a resource for our community and for all people who are experiencing—or know someone who is experiencing—stalking.

The following stalking experts were consulted and their work appears throughout this site:

Funding for this website is provided by the King County Violence Against Women STOP Grant (Grant Nos. 2014-WF-AX-0053 and 2015-WF-AX-0033), awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.

The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed are those of the developers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. Grant funds are administered by the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy, Washington State Department of Commerce.

Contact Info

This site is updated periodically, but it’s always possible that content on this site is out of date. Please contact us if you see anything you think should be updated: prosecuting.attorney@kingcounty.gov

If you have any questions about the stalking protection order process, please contact the King County District Court Webmaster:

Other sites with information about the Stalking Protection Order: