- Always take somebody sympathetic with you when dealing in person with any authorities.
- Do a brief summary of your case (try to put it on a single paragraph.) It will help you explain it to others and get support.
- Keep a detailed account of everything that has happened to you in date order, and any further intimidation or sighting your attacker.
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