Legal Information: Oregon
Updated: December 5, 2023
What is unwanted contact?
There are many acts a stalker could do that could be considered unwanted contact. Some examples of unwanted contact include, but are not limited to, when the stalker:
- comes near you or into your sight;
- follows you;
- waits outside of your home, workplace, or school (or your family or household member’s home, workplace, or school);
- communicates with you in any way (mail, email, phone, or through another person); or
- damages your home, workplace, or school.1
1 O.R.S. § 163.730(3)
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