During June, Mike gave a number of presentations to several British Army units based in Germany on the signs and dangers of stalking and coercive control. His presentations included one to an audience of Heads of agencies, and to welfare, medical, military police, education and social services professionals who are already (or may inadvertently be) involved in dealing with Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Honour-Based Violence (DASH) assessments.

The presentations were done in conjunction with Lisa Horder, the lead on safeguarding, domestic abuse and the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) in British Forces Germany, to raise awareness and low level training on recognising the signs of stalking, harassment, controlling and coercive behaviour.