EVERY year, we celebrate National Stalking Awareness Week (25th-29th April 2022) by campaigning to raise awareness around a different issue related to stalking.
This year, our campaign is called Bridging The Gap, highlighting the vital role that stalking advocates play in bridging the gap between the victim and the criminal justice system. We know that sometimes it can be hard to navigate police investigations and court hearings on your own as a victim, hence why the role of advocates is so integral in ensuring that victims remain empowered by keeping their voice at the forefront of the case.
Take Part: Survey for Victims of Stalking
If you are a victim of stalking, we would really appreciate you filling out our short survey. Your experience and opinions are invaluable to us and will have a direct impact on the work we do in supporting victims of stalking primarily in shaping our policy work and our frontline services for victims. The data will contribute towards a report on the role of stalking advocates across the UK, released on April 25th.
By completing it you are giving consent to the Suzy Lamplugh Trust to publish and analyse your responses. All information will be anonymised for your privacy. We appreciate you taking the time to complete this.
The survey closes on the 7th March.
You can find the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KQV26HS.
We will be holding an online conference on the 27th April 2022, with a number of key stalking specialists taking part, and sharing their expertise. A full list of speakers and a schedule for the day will be available soon. Tickets will be available on our website in due course.
We will be leading a national campaign across all our social media platforms, and welcome your support and engagement. We will be producing infographics and tweets that you can share throughout the week. Watch this space for more info.