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

National Stalking Consortium response to Sara Thornton, Chair of NPCC

The National Stalking Consortium calls on the National Police Chief Council to acknowledge the link between reported incidents and crime and to commit to recording and investigating these incidents before they escalate to physical violence.Read more

Usdaw calls for action on workplace safety following our survey

Usdaw calls for action after a Suzy Lamplugh Trust survey reveals two-thirds of retail workers have been exposed to violence and aggressionRead more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust urges the government to implement the recommendations of the Task and Finish Group on taxi and private hire vehicle licensing

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcomes the publication of the report of the Task and Finish Group on taxi and private hire vehicle licensing of which it was a member and urges the government to promptly implement the recommendations in the report in the interests of public safety.Read more

Stalking is still not being taken seriously

Suzy Lamplugh Trust is deeply concerned about the reduction in conviction rates for stalkers from 2016 to 2017 and the record number of stalkers given suspended sentences in 2017.Read more

Suzy Lamplugh Trust responds to the Sentencing Council Intimidatory Offences guidelines

Suzy Lamplugh Trust welcome the new sentencing guidelines but is disappointed that the key recommendation to separate stalking and harassment guidelines has been rejected.Read more