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What if I think I am being followed by the police?

Updated: Jul 5, 2022


If you suspect that you are being watched or followed by the police, you have a right to approach the police and ask "why are you following me?"


Do not run from or react aggressively toward the police; calmly approach the police officer and ask why you're being followed.


You have the right to approach suspected agents in a non-angry way, in public, and to ask what they are doing. You may want to bring along a witness. Even if the person you suspect does not answer, that person at least now knows that you know you are being watched. It is not illegal for law enforcement officers to engage in surveillance in public places. But, if you think government agents might be following you, or if they are harassing you, you can talk to a lawyer.

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