Police consultations related to stalking and domestic violence rose to record levels last year as people showed a growing willingness to come forward with their concerns, the National Police Agency said Thursday.

Police investigated a record number of stalking and domestic violence complaints, according to NPA data, which also showed a continued trend in revenge porn, which was outlawed in November 2014.

Police interviews with potential victims broke 1,000 for the second year in a row over the offense, which involves uploading or distributing sexually explicit photos or video of people without their consent. The victims are typically former lovers.