Suzy Lamplugh Trust’s for stalking victims – COVID-19 still open

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As the global COVID-19 public health emergency continues to spread and create challenges for individuals, businesses and services worldwide, we wanted to share with you that the Suzy Lamplugh Trust’s National Stalking Victims Helpline and its advocacy services are both still operating during our usual hours.

You can reach our Helpline at 08088020300.

We are open from 9:30am to 4pm weekdays (9:30am to 1pm Wednesday).

The National Stalking Helpline ensures that victims receive the support they need to cope and manage their situation.

We provide:

  • a robust risk assessment and safety planning advice;
  • guide clients around preserving evidence and recording incidents in a manner which assists police in recognising and investigating stalking;
  • give detailed information on relevant criminal and civil legislation;
  • and assess safeguarding concerns and take appropriate action.

We reassure you that our services will be available continually throughout this global health crisis and we will continue to provide support during these troubling times.

If you are working with someone who you believe is being stalked, if they are receiving unwanted, repeated behaviour from an individual who is fixated and obsessed, our dedicated advocates are still available to support victims in London.

Please call 08088020300.


Suzy Lamplugh Trust
The Foundry, 17-19 Oval Way
London, SE11 5RR
0207 091 0014


To book a no-obligation, confidential, free initial consultation, or find out more information about how we can help you.

(Out of office appointments available by prior arrangement)