2000 - Get Connected ­– which Suzy Lamplugh Trust had established to help young runaways arriving in London – launches as an independent charity as a free, confidential helpline for young people on any issue.
2003 - The whole charity is now moved out of the Lamplughs’ family home – where it all started, and from where, gradually, each department had grown and moved into offices – and into Parkway House, down the road in East Sheen. 
2004 - Paul Lamplugh is awarded an OBE for the work he has done and retires from Suzy Lamplugh Trust; the organisation appoints its first Chief Executive.
2006 - The offices moved from East Sheen – where the Lamplughs' lived – to Central London.
2007 - Suzy Lamplugh Trust established its National Personal Safety Awards, recognising excellence in the field of personal safety across a wide range of sectors and settings.
2008 - We set up the Lone Worker Device Directory, in response to the many requests we received regarding this safety technology.
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