Suzy Lamplugh disappeared in 1986 while working as an estate agent. Read more
Our personal safety and lone working open access courses gives delegates the tools they need to feel confident in managing their personal safety, in and outside of the workplace Read more
Because what happened to Suzy must not happen to anyone else
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.
We campaign to ensure better protection and safety for victims of stalking and lone workers.
The launch of our Right To Be Safe campaign, looking at personal safety and working during Covid-19. Read more
The Suzy Lamplugh Trust is launching a new online platform for victims of stalking to access support. Read more
This podcast focuses on the psychology of violence and aggression in the context of the workplace and the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more
The third podcast for National Stalking Awareness Week focuses on the psychological and emotional impact of stalking. Read more