Because what happened to Suzy must not happen to anyone else

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Why partner with us

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.



Policy and Campaigns

We campaign to ensure better protection and safety for victims of stalking and lone workers.



Our Impact


The National Stalking Helpline has received over 34,000 contacts from victims of stalking since its inception in 2010


We have provided lone working and personal safety training to over 1,000 organisations


In 2018-2019 alone, we trained more than 10,000 professionals on how to 'Stay Safe at Work'

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Latest news

  • Academic Network Project

    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

  • National Stalking Awareness Week 2021

    National Stalking Awareness Week 2021 will focus on changes in perpetrator behaviour since the outbreak of Covid-19. Read more


  • BRC de-escalation of aggression and abuse to retail staff animation

    The British Retail Consortium and Suzy Lamplugh Trust have teamed up to develop an animation following the rise in aggression and violence inflicted on retail workers within the UK. This animation will be informative & provide advice on how to de-escalate scenarios that take place within that type of environment. Read more

  • Unmasking Stalking: Stalking Victims Navigating the Criminal Justice System

    Suzy Lamplugh Trust’s second podcast for National Stalking Awareness Week 2021 discusses how victim's experiences of the criminal justice system have changed since the pandemic, from the perspective of reporting to trial & what type of impact this has on the victims of stalking. Read more