Stalking 2.0: The Use of Technology to Stalk
(Closed Session)

April 21, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Stalkers are creative criminals who use – and misuse – a variety of technologies to locate, surveil and monitor their victims. This webinar will address common technologies utilized by stalkers, discuss evidence preservation concerns as well as identify effective safety-planning strategies.

This Webinar is presented by Dana Fleitman, Training and Awareness Specialist, Stalking, Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC) of AEquitas. It is a closed session limited to select Faculty & Staff.

Given its subject matter, some of the above resources may be emotionally upsetting. If you or someone you know needs support, help is available. Please visit our Find Support page for details.

Please note that although this is a closed session, third-party presenters may be able to see participants names and emails. If you have concerns about this, please email cctixo@hawaii.edu.


Learn more about our wonderful presenter!

Dana Fleitman, Training and Awareness Specialist, Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center

Dana Fleitman (M.A.Ed.H.D) has been with the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC) since 2018. In her role as Training and Awareness Specialist, she provides training and technical assistance to multidisciplinary professionals across the country on recognizing and responding to stalking. Dana is a skilled trainer who leads in-person and online workshops on topics including stalking behaviors and dynamics, stalking on campuses, the use of technology to stalk, risk assessment, and safety planning. With a focus on public awareness, Dana also authors original resources – including ready-to-use curricula, discussion guides, and publications on stalking – and leads SPARC’s National Stalking Awareness Month efforts each January, designing and creating SPARC’s social media campaigns as well as infographics and videos year-round. Prior to joining SPARC, Dana was the Senior Manager of Prevention and Training Programs at Jewish Women International (JWI). At JWI, she created, delivered, and managed multiple educational programs on intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and healthy masculinity for audiences ranging from teens to professionals in the field, with a special emphasis on college campuses. Her previous work includes coordinating training and technical assistance for the HHS Office of Adolescent Health teen pregnancy prevention grantees. She also has direct service experience with groups including foster teens, refugees, and recent immigrants. Dana graduated from American University with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and George Washington University with a Master of Arts in Education and Human Development. She is based in the Washington, D.C. area.

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