Stalking Conference Celebrating Good Practice

9th March 2018

Following their upcoming stalking research seminar in March, Suzy Lamplugh Trust are hosting a conference in April to share their findings and have wider conversations on what organisations can do to address stalking.

The conference will explore what the best practice and tools are in managing risks posed by perpetrators of stalking. They will also look at how organisations can improve their individual and multi-agency approach to support victims and manage perpetrators.

The half-day event will include presentations from statutory and voluntary organisations who will share the models they have in place and learnings that have been identified, providing you with the chance to apply the knowledge learnt to your role.


Dame Vera Baird QC- Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria Police

Paul Mills- National Police Chiefs’ Council and T/Deputy Chief Constable

Katy Bourne- Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex Police

Hampshire Stalking Clinic

The conference also provides a unique opportunity to sample Suzy Lamplugh Trust stalking training, introducing you to the way we identify stalking behaviours, address and manage risks and the 5 different typologies of stalkers.

The conference is suitable for:

  • Commissioners
  • Policy leads
  • Criminal justice practitioners
  • Victim support services
  • Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Advocates
  • Health Practitioners- Midwives
  • Safeguarding Leads

If you would like more information about this event, please contact

If you know someone who may be interested in attending, please forward details to them.

Earlybird tickets are available now.


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