1986 - Paul and Diana Lamplugh establish the Suzy Lamplugh Trust four months after their daughter Suzy disappeared.
1990 - Suzy Lamplugh Trust established a Missing Persons Unit. This eventually developed into the national Missing Person’s Helpline (now Missing People).
We launched our longest running campaign on minicab licensing, calling initially for the licensing of the operators and drivers of minicabs in London. The Private Hire Vehicles Act was finally passed in 1998.
1992 - Diana Lamplugh was awarded an OBE for the work she did for the Suzy Lamplugh Trust.
1997 - Suzy Lamplugh Trust was instrumental in bringing about the Protection from Harassment Act.
1998 - We established Personal Safety Week, which turned into National Personal Safety Day in 2005. This is an annual awareness raising campaign, focusing on a different personal safety topic each year. Working through police teams, community groups, schools, colleges and councils across the country, as well as social media campaigns, Suzy Lamplugh Trust reaches millions of people every year.
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