Thank you for the reply. I would love to be able to tell you what you want most to hear, but it's simply not possible to obtain a protective order from the police department. They have immunity from those types of procedures. That isn't to say that you wouldn't have a remedy against police harassment. There are many steps you can take to try to solve this problem, including hiring a civil rights lawyer and suing the police in Federal court
and including reaching out to the Westchester County DA's Office, like you've already done, to see if you can get the officer's investigated, sanctioned and removed from the force. Other steps you can take are to complain directly to the supervising officers of those who harassed you, including the local chief of police. You can file a complaint with Internal Affairs and with the State Attorney General's Office. You can involve your congressmen from a local level on up through the government of your state. In this way, you can get the officers responsible investigated. You can even involve the media. Finally, if the corruption is such that you get no satifaction from state authorities, you can file a color of law abuse claim with the FBI. The Federal government can investigate the state government in areas where state agencies are abusing their authority. You can read more about this here. And, as already indicated, you can sue. A word to the wise, however, is that when complaints like this are as extreme as yours, as you have already found for yourself, such surveillance can be difficult to prove and can lend to others dismissing your complaints as So, until you can show irrefutable evidence that what you are complaining about is actually happening to you, all of the agencies, organizations, and people you would try to contact are going to turn a deaf ear to your problem and tell you i's a mental health problem. This means you need to start collecting evidence so that others can see the scope of this problem as well as you see it for yourself. Until you can provide the authorities with this concrete evidence that you are a target of surveillance, nobody is going to be in a position to stop this. You should be taking photos and videos and/or recordings, when you have evidence of this stalking, for example. You can put an inexpensive surveillance system in your home that's responsive to sounds and movements. When you're armed with sufficient evidence, reporting these activities to the authorities I've mentioned or bring suit should get you some relief
. Good luck!