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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The thoughts of everyone at Suzy Lamplugh Trust are with Suzy’s family today.
33 years after Suzy disappeared, her case remains unresolved.  
We hope that the current investigations will be successful and provide some resolution to Suzy’s case.

Diana and Paul Lamplugh founded Suzy Lamplugh Trust in 1986 following the disappearance and later presumed murder of their daughter. Today we continue the work of Paul and Diana to reduce violence and aggression in society, supporting workplaces to help their lone and frontline workers be safer and feel safer.  We also run the National Stalking Helpline, offering advice and support to anyone concerned about stalking, as well as campaigning for victims of stalking.

This reminds us once again of the continuing tragedy of Suzy’s story and the importance of staying safe at work.



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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