Meet our new Youth and Community Development Officer!

Rachel joins Suzy Lamplugh Trust as a Youth and Community Development Officer, and will be working with the team to develop and deliver personal safety training for young people and in communities.Read more

Courts (Abuse of Process) Bill

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcomes the Bill on vexatious complaints which has been presented by Liz Saville Robert MP.Read more

Sarah Wollaston MP: "Ask your MP to support the Stalking Protection Bill."

Sarah Woolaston MP tells us why she has used her Private Members' Bill to push for Stalking Protection Orders.Read more

London Victim’s Commissioner supports Stalking Protection Bill

The Commissioner visited us during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence and gave her support to our campaign for the Stalking Protection Bill.Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust responds to HMICFRS progress report on the police response to domestic abuse

Suzy Lamplugh Trust concerned to see a continuing haphazard approach to risk assessment of stalking victims.Read more

Improved Responses to Stalking Still Needed One Year on from Alice Ruggles’ Murder

One year after Alice Ruggles was murdered, the National Stalking Helpline says lessons still need to be learnt from the way Alice’s case was managed.Read more

Statement on the Crown Prosecution Service Annual Violence Against Women and Girls report

The CPS report highlights that more work must be done to ensure that stalking is taken seriously across the criminal justice system.Read more

National Personal Safety Day: 5th October 2017

This year, National Personal Safety Day will be giving you essential information on taxis, minicabs and your safety. Find out more on the 5th of October.Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust secures funding for intervention work with stalking perpetrators

Suzy Lamplugh Trust has secured funding from the Police Transformation Fund for a pioneering project working with perpetrators of stalking.Read more

An Open Letter to Zoe Strimpel on Stalking

An Open Letter in Response to the article in the Telegraph: 'The Bristol piano man is no creepy stalker – he's a hopeful romantic in the age of Tinder'Read more