Mon, Feb 22|
In Conversation with Debbie Riddle
Debbie Riddle is the nation's leading speaker on stalking awareness. Throughout her years of advocating for stalking victim, she significantly improved the way law enforcements handles stalking crimes and increased support and awareness for stalking victims.
Time & Location
Feb 22, 2021, 5:00 PM CST
About the Event
Debbie Riddle is the country's leading speaker on stalking awareness. Her sister, Peggy Klinke, was a victim of stalking. Since her sister's death, Debbie has been working towards raising awareness and pushing for change in how society perceives and handles stalking. She has successfully made strides in changing the way law enforcement handle stalking crimes. She has spoken at the U.S. Congressional briefing to require U.S. Congress to offcially recognize January as Stalking Awareness Month, the month that her sister was murdered. In 2004, she was invited to speak at the 10th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) conference where she demanded for stricter penalties for perpetrators and education for law enforcement. PAVE is honored to have Debbie as a speaker for our Stalking Awareness Month campaign. RSVP for the event here and you will receive a link to the zoom meeting in your email.