Suzy Lamplugh disappeared in 1986 while working as an estate agent. Read more
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Because what happened to Suzy must not happen to anyone else
We deliver Personal Safety & Lone Working, and Stalking Awareness training to organisations across the UK.
We campaign to ensure better protection and safety for victims of stalking and lone workers.
We work in partnership with Trusts, Foundations, Statutory bodies and Corporate organisations to make a huge difference to the lives of people throughout the UK.
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Suzy Lamplugh Trust is marking the 35th Anniversary of Suzy's disappearance with a campaign reflecting on the achievements over the years and highlighting the critical work that still lies ahead. Read more
Suzy Lamplugh Trust, along with Deputy Chief Constable Paul Mills, Dr Emma Short and Dr Rachael Wheatley, are looking to understand the scope and activity of academic research in the field of Stalking and Harassment offences, perpetration, victimisation and the UK national response Read more
Listen to Richard Lamplugh, Suzy's brother, speak with the Suzy Lamplugh Trust CEO, Suky Bhaker Read more
With the statistic surrounding dog theft increasing during the last year, Suzy Lamplugh Trust and partners including Animal Friends Insurance, have developed an animation and downloadable leaflet to raise awareness alongside advice on how to prevent this figure increasing & information regarding personal safety as a dog owner. Read more