"Unlawful stalking" is conduct—
(a) intentionally directed at a person (the
"stalked person" ); and
(b) engaged in on any 1 occasion if the conduct is protracted or on more than 1 occasion; and
(c) consisting of 1 or more acts of the following, or a similar, type—(i) following, loitering near, watching or approaching a person;(ii) contacting a person in any way, including, for example, by telephone, mail, fax, email or through the use of any technology;(iii) loitering near, watching, approaching or entering a place where a person lives, works or visits;(iv) leaving offensive material where it will be found by, given to or brought to the attention of, a person;(v) giving offensive material to a person, directly or indirectly;(vi) an intimidating, harassing or threatening act against a person, whether or not involving violence or a threat of violence;(vii) an act of violence, or a threat of violence, against, or against property of, anyone, including the defendant; and
(d) that—(i) would cause the stalked person apprehension or fear, reasonably arising in all the circumstances, of violence to, or against property of, the stalked person or another person; or(ii) causes detriment, reasonably arising in all the circumstances, to the stalked person or another person.