Former Salisbury Hospital chief executive Peter Hill admits stalking woman

FORMER chief executive of Salisbury Hospital – Peter Hill – has been fined £1,000 for stalking a woman.

The 63-year-old, of Coronation Road, pleaded guilty to stalking without fear at a court hearing on April 26 at Salisbury Magistrates Court.

As well as being fined £1,000, Hill was ordered to pay a surcharge of £400 and costs of £85.

Local Crime Investigator Dawson, of Wiltshire Police, said: “Hill stalked his victim over an 18-month period.

“He would turn up to places he knew she would be, he made contact with a member of her family and he attended her place of work on numerous occasions where he knocked on the doors and windows and called her an unpleasant name.

“Hill held positions of trust within the Salisbury community, including being a CCTV volunteer and a non-executive director of a local hospital.

“Stalking and harassment are serious crimes which can have a devastating effect on the lives of victims and their friends and family.

“We are committed to doing everything possible to bring offenders to justice and protect victims. We would encourage anyone who thinks they are being stalked to report it to police straightaway.”

Anyone concerned they are being stalked can complete the personal assessment tool from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust.

If they are in immediate danger, they should call 999.

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust National Stalking Helpline is also available on 0808 802 0300.

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