Alexis Moore Attorney Author Advocate
Overcoming her own domestic violence, stalking and cyberstalking situation, Alexis Moore found the tools and courage she needed to take back her life and vowed to help others in similar circumstances. She subsequently earned a Juris Doctorate from Northwestern California University, passed the bar and established her legal practice, pursuing “Moore Justice” for her clients- to be the kind of caring, trustworthy counsel she had sought but never found.
As a risk management consultant, Moore serves as a cyberstalking, stalking and privacy protection consultant worldwide. Her unique experience as a high-tech investigator, survivor and crime-victim advocate has driven her to the forefront of crime-victim advocacy, where she has been instrumental in the passing of ground-breaking cybercrime legislation around the globe.
A pioneer in promoting cybercrime awareness and protecting victim’s rights, Moore has provided assistance to law enforcement as well as domestic violence and victim-advocacy groups not only in the United States, but in many other countries. Her published works have directly influenced cyberstalking legislation, and she authored the first victim’s survivor guide, written to assist stalking and abuse victims in navigating through the system. Moore is frequently quoted as an expert on the topics of stalking, cyberstalking and domestic violence in the media, and has been honored for her work with the National Women of Peace Award.
She is the founder of the nonprofit Survivors In Action, Inc.
Surviving A Cyberstalker: How to Prevent and Survive Cyberabuse and Stalking, due out September 1, 2017.
Alexis Moore and coauthor Laurie J. Edwards have written Cyber Self-Defense: Expert Advice to Avoid Online Predators, Identity Theft, and Cyberbullying (Lyons Press). The book is being utilized by law enforcement around the globe and is in the FBI Academic Library in Quantico, VA.
She has also contributed to a wide variety of nonfiction book projects including law enforcement post-academy training manuals, self-advocacy handbooks, textbooks and legal publications from around the world on the topics of stalking and cyberstalking.
Moore has been called upon as an expert to contribute to segments on CNN, FOX, CBS, Headline News, Good Morning America, and Anderson. Her story was featured on ID’s Stalked: Someone’s Watching. She is featured in a PSA for the national animal advocacy organization Red Rover, encouraging abuse victims to seek refuge with their pets to prevent domestic violence homicide.
She has been a guest on numerous radio shows including Clear Channel Radio, Martha Stewart Living and CBS Radio.
Moore has been published and quoted in hundreds of magazines and newspaper articles on the topics of stalking and cyberstalking, including the New York Times, El Periodico, London Associated Press, Law Enforcement Technology Magazine, Popular Mechanics, PC Magazine, Newsweek, Ladies Home Journal, Women’s Day, Glamour, Realtor Magazine and Canada’s Focus on the Family.
AWARDS & CERTIFICATIONS
National Women of Peace Award: The Women’s Peacepower Foundation chose Moore as the recipient of the National Women of Peace Award for her work as a consultant on high-risk cases of stalking and cyberstalking. She continues to be internationally recognized for her devotion to public service in the area of homicide prevention and assisting high-risk victims of domestic violence, stalking and cyberstalking.
Giving Fabulous Award: Alexis Moore recipient of the Giving Fabulous Award from retailer Midnight Velvet, recognized for her work preventing abuse against people and animals.
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I Was a Victim of "Cyberstalking" - One Woman's Story
About.com Women's Issues [January 5, 2009]
The Stream: Haunted in Cyberspace After Domestic Violence
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