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If you can answer a few questions that would be helpful
Are they coming onto your property?
Who is this taking pictures and why are they taking pictures?
Where are they at when they are taking the pictures?
She can not by law come onto your property. If she is simply taking photos of a area that can be seen without coming onto your property then no there is nothing you can do.
If she is leaning over your fence, then you have the right to call the police and let her and police know that she is trespassing on your property. If she does so again you can have her arrested for trespassing. Your fence is your property.
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How to stop them: Your first step would be to put a no trespassing sign on the fence. This will start the process of proving trespassing. When and if you catch them again you will need to call the police immediately and report a trespasser on your property. The police will then come out and issue them a citation as well as inform them this is private property and they are not to come onto the property again.
Should you catch them again you will need to call the police again. At that point you can request a restraining order or a no contact order and have a judge court order them to stay off the property.
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