Who are we?
The National Stalking Helpline has been established by Network for Surviving Stalking, Protection Against Stalking and Suzy Lamplugh Trust. It is the first national helpline to specialise in providing information and guidance to victims of harassment and stalking as well as their friends and family.
Protection Against Stalking – Protection Against Stalking is a national charity which aims to create a consistent, professional and effective response to victims of stalking and harassment. Their goal is to work with professionals and organisations in partnership to improve the safety of stalking and harassment victims and for perpetrators of abuse to be held to account.
Network for Surviving Stalking – Network for Surviving Stalking (NSS) is run by a small team of nationwide volunteers, advisors and Trustees. They are represented by a number of Professionals from the fields of Policing, Law, Psychiatry and Criminology in the UK. Their Chief Executive is Alexis Bowater who anchored ITV West Country news for seven years and was stalked on three separate occasions.
Suzy Lamplugh Trust - Suzy Lamplugh Trust was established in 1986 by Paul and Diana Lamplugh after their daughter Suzy went missing whilst working as an estate agent. The Trust exists to enable people to avoid becoming the victims of violence and aggression. It offers information, guidance and training on all issues relating to personal safety.