Suzy Lamplugh Trust exists to ensure that everyone both feels and is safer through Campaigning, Training and the National Stalking Helpline

  • In the UK, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men are stalked at some point in their lives. Being stalked is a terrifying experience and in worst case scenarios, can end in homicide.
  • Since 2010 when the Helpline was created, we have had over 30,000 calls and emails from victims of stalking needing our help.
  • We have worked with over 1,000 organisations, from sectors including Housing, Transportation and Public sectors, providing Lone Working and Personal Safety training.
  • In 2018 alone, we trained more than 4,000 delegates how to ‘Stay Safe at Work’.

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As the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic continues to develop, Suzy Lamplugh Trust wanted to reassure you that our work is continuing with minimal disruption to services.
 
All staff at the Trust have transitioned to remote working, which enables us to continue our provision of services via email and telephone. All calls, including those made to the National Stalking Helpline, are being diverted to enable our team to respond whilst they are working in this way. Our online service offers a back-up to ensure that those in need can reach us, even in the unlikely event that the telephone system were to fail.

Our Commercial Team have postponed training courses up until the end of April and they will continue to reassess this as the situation progresses. Postponed courses will be rescheduled for the end of the year. If you would like to re-arrange your booking or talk to us about alternative options available for training, please contact us on 07799 089605.

If there is anything that the Trust can do to assist you in these difficult times, please contact us. We are committed to supporting our service users and partners and working in collaboration with them to overcome the challenges ahead.
 
On behalf of all the team at Suzy Lamplugh Trust, I wish you, your family, and your colleagues all the best.
 
 

Suky Bhaker, CEO

 
 

Should you wish to contact our services and are not able to get through on the main line, please use the contact details below:

For Training enquiries, please contact 07799 089605 between 9am and 5pm on Mondays to Fridays or email [email protected]

For Press enquiries, please contact 07747 611308 between 9am and 4.30pm on Mondays to Fridays or email [email protected]

For the National Stalking Helpline and other stalking related matters, please call or email

For National Stalking Awareness Week, you can register your interest here.



The Suzy Lamplugh Trust exists to ensure that what happened to Suzy does not happen to anyone else. 
We do this by Campaigning, Educating and Supporting people.


  • In the UK, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men are stalked at some point in their lives. Being stalked is a terrifying experience and in worst case scenarios, can end in homicide.
  • Since 2010 when the Helpline was created, we have had over 30,000 calls and emails from victims of stalking needing our help.
  • We have worked with over 1,000 organisations, across the public, private and voluntary sectors, providing Lone Working and Personal Safety training.
  • In 2018 alone, we trained more than 4,000 delegates on how to ‘Stay Safe at Work'.

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Campaign

  • Raise awareness of personal safety issues

  • Demand systemic change to reduce the risk of violence & aggression

  • Influence public policy

  • Promote a society where people feel safer & are safer

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Educate

  • Provide specialist personal safety training

  • Give expert advice & support on workplace personal safety

  • Deliver community safety projects

  • Publish guidance & research on personal safety issues

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Support

  • Run the National Stalking Helpline 

  • Develop young people’s personal safety knowledge

  • Share expertise, information & resources

  • Provide a voice for victims of violence & aggression

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