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Statistics from the Stalking Resource Center indicate that one in four women and one in thirteen men will be victims of stalking in their lifetime. Stalking behavior is not normal and is not okay. Resources are available at Auburn University to assist victims of stalking. Intimate partner stalking is the most common form of stalking and is prohibited under the Auburn University Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct. Learn more about Auburn University’s policy, resources and reporting options at www.auburn.edu/titleix and test your knowledge about stalking at http://stalkingawarenessmonth.org/quiz. To speak with someone confidentially about a situation involving intimate partner stalking, contact Safe Harbor 24/7 at safeharbor@auburn.edu or 844-7233. Questions about National Stalking Awareness Month and stalking statistics on Auburn’s campus should be directed to Auburn University Campus Safety & Security at 844-8888 or campussafety@auburn.edu