Stalking Crimes: Do Alaska Stalking Laws Serve Their Purpose in a Wireless, Social Networking Age?
Group: University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center
Alaska adopted a stalking statute in 1993. More than a decade later, the National Center for Victims of Crime empanelled a Model Stalking Code Advisory Board to evaluate stalking legislation throughout the United States. In part because of technological changes, the advisory board concluded there was a need to promulgate an updated criminal stalking statutory model. This article examines the suggested statutory update and explores whether a needs exists in Alaska warranting revision of Alaska’s criminal statutes.
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