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Locally spearheaded change to stalking laws reflects updates in technology

In a world where technology changes every day, it's more important than ever that the rulebook we're expected to play by gets the regular updates it needs to keep up.

Sometimes a little tweak can make the world of difference to a victim, as will undoubtedly be the case with a new law spearheaded by Sandy Stevens, Director of Crook County Family Violence and Sexual Assault Services (CCFV), and Upton Chief of Police Susan Bridge.

Senate File 100 passed through the legislature earlier this year and will come into effect on July 1, changing the language of Wyoming's stalking statute. The pattern o...