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The fear of being revictimized means countless victims suffer in silence while their abusers avoid reprisal."The shame and blame and the embarrassment is what silences these individuals who have been victimized by this, but the silence also allows the behaviour to continue," James said.Cases where online harassment cross the line into the real world are becoming increasingly common, Acting Sgt.Phil Hawkins with the Edmonton police cybercrimes investigation unit said in June.
We are proud Albertans with offices in Edmonton and serve our clients with efficiency, speed and good judgment."Her case is particularly egregious because he's actually shared the acts of violence with the world." James said, even if victims never get police involved, they should not hesitate to seek help from agencies like hers.The mental anguish caused by these crimes can be crippling.A recent case in Edmonton resulted in criminal harassment charges.An Edmonton man was charged in June after a CBC News report revealed that fake dating profiles and explicit photographs were used to invite strangers to his ex-girlfriend's home for casual sex.