Czech Republic - Stalking
In the Czech Republic, "dangerous pursuit" is: who pursues another long-term by c.) threatening them or a person close to them with harm to health or another harm; d) seeking their proximity or tracking them; e) persistently contacting them by means of electronic or written or other communication; f) restricting them in their usual lifestyle; g) abusing their personal information in order to secure personal or other contact, and thus instils in another a justified concern for their life or health, or the life or health of persons close to them, will be punished with imprisonment of up to one year or with a ban on an activity.
Legal provisions on protection orders
Eviction injunction (An eviction order by the police is used only in the context of domestic violence, Act No. 273/2008 Coll. on Police, Section 45(1))
Criminal Code,Section 354
The offender shall be sentenced to six up to three years if he/she commits the act a) against a child or pregnant woman; b) with a weapon, or c) at least with two persons.
The provision on stalking was originally not part of the Criminal Code as proposed by the government, but was inserted by the Constitutional Committee of the Chamber of Deputies.