National Stalking Awareness Week 2021: Unmasking Stalking: A Changing Landscape

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

Suzy Lamplugh Trust comments on disappearance of Sarah Everard

Following the disappearance of Sarah Everard, it is clear that more needs to be done to ensure there is systemic change across society as a whole. Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust calls for better protection of users of online dating platforms

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust is issuing personal safety advice for individuals dating online during Covid-19 as well as calling for online dating platforms to better protect their users. Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust wins at the SME News 2020 Greater London Enterprise Awards

As part of the SME News 2020 Greater London Enterprise Awards, the Suzy Lamplugh Trust came away with two awards. Read more

National Personal Safety Day: Cyber Safety at Work

National Personal Safety Day 2020 focuses on Cyber Safety at Work Read more

Workers' right to be safe must be upheld as lockdown restrictions are lifted

The launch of our Right To Be Safe campaign, looking at personal safety and working during Covid-19. Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust launches online platform for victims of stalking

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust is launching a new online platform for victims of stalking to access support. Read more

London Stalking Support Service

The London Stalking Support Service is an addition to the National Stalking Helpline and will be providing additional support to Londoners experiencing stalking. Read more

Workplace and lone worker safety in the context of Covid-19

Safety tips for employers and employees during this situation Read more

Join the growing team at the Suzy Lamplugh Trust

2020 is a time of growth for the Suzy Lamplugh Trust and the team. Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust appoints Suky Bhaker as Chief Executive Officer

Following her time as Interim CEO, Suky Bhaker has now been appointed as CEO of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust Read more

Stalking Protection Orders

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcomes the launch of Stalking Protection Orders but advises they will only be an effective intervention for victims if robust police enforcement underpins them. Read more

Passenger safety must come first in taxi and minicab licensing and operations

Suzy Lamplugh Trusts is urging all operators and licensing authorities to continue to make passenger safety the priority. Read more

Accreditation of Lone Working and Personal Safety Courses

Suzy Lamplugh Trust Lone Working and Personal Safety training courses are now accredited by the Institute of Conflict Management. Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust expresses concern at government’s U-turn on taxi and private hire vehicle licensing standards

The Government is now only planning to issue statutory guidance, not national standards. Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust awarded £25,000 from Garfield Weston Foundation

The National Stalking Helpline has received £25,000 from Garfield Weston Foundation Read more

Impact Report

Our 2017-2019 Impact Report for the Suzy Lamplugh Trust Read more

Stalking Protection Orders

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcomes the launch of Stalking Protection Orders but advises they will only be an effective intervention for victims if robust police enforcement underpins them. Read more

Lessons must be learned from Alice Ruggles’ tragic murder by her stalker, says Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Lessons must be learned from Alice Ruggles’ tragic murder by her stalker, says Suzy Lamplugh Trust Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcomes government commitment to legislate on national minimum standards for drivers and establish a licensing database

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcomes the Government’s pledge today to legislate on national minimum standards for taxi and private hire vehicle licensing and establish a national licensing database. Read more

Pushing boundaries on the fifth anniversary of the stalking laws

The Multi Agency Stalking Intervention Programme (MASIP), managed by Suzy Lamplugh Trust and funded by the Home Office, is a pilot project to test three different intervention models for stalking.  Importantly, each service combines the differing skills and expertise of police investigation, psychological analysis and victim advocacy to ensure the best response to this insidious crime. Read more