Suzy Lamplugh Trust is marking the 35th Anniversary of Suzy's disappearance with a campaign reflecting on the achievements over the years and highlighting the critical work that still lies ahead. Read more
Within our blog, we will be discussing the safety of women within public & the necessary system changes needed to reduce the frequency of violence against women and girls in society. Read more
There has been an alarming increase in the production of cards that are specifically designed for Valentine’s Day that ‘joke’ about stalking, there is no place for this as Stalking is a crime in England and Wales, with as many as 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men experiencing stalking throughout their lifetime. In the UK last year, the Office of National Statistics recorded 1.5 million cases of stalking. Read more
This is the first anniversary of Stalking Protection Orders, our blog will analysing how SPOs have impacted the victims’ experiences within the past year. Read more
You can read our recent blog posts which discuss topics including stalking awareness, personal safety and lone working, and our campaigns.
Our blog provides strategies for resilience when supporting survivors during COVID-19, this will serve as a guide for those who are in need of support.
Stalking is a crime, yet it seems that increasingly the word is being used frivolously as a descriptor within articles or on products for sale.
A lone worker device brings one big benefit to your workplace; the safety of your staff.
It can help to keep your staff safe in many ways and protect them from the risks associated with a wide range of job roles.
In this blog from First2HelpYou, we will have a look at the main ways a lone worker device can help to protect your staff.
National Stalking Awareness Week 2018 took place last month, our focus was on encouraging victims of stalking to come forward and access support through statutory and voluntary services. Our message was clear, encouraging victims to report and agencies to make #ReportingStalking a strategic priority, looking at what barriers there are to victims disclosing and how this can be improved.
Police & Crime Commissioners have a statutory responsibility for commissioning services to support victims of crime. One aspect that I am particularly proud of in Sussex is our unique approach to commissioning specialist stalking services.
“Kerry Daynes is a liar"
"Kerry Daynes is a criminal"
"I have her address...it isn’t a difficult thing to get hold of.."
These are just some of the words written on kerrydaynes.com which was registered, along with other websites in my name in 2011. The sites were set up by a man I had never met before and knew nothing of, wanted nothing to do with, but who would nevertheless impact hugely on my life for the next six years.
On the 5th anniversary of the introduction of the stalking legislation, we ask you to support our campaign for Stalking Protection Orders.