Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Charity information

Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Suzy Lamplugh Trust is a registered charity and social enterprise. The Trust was founded in 1986 by Paul and Diana Lamplugh when their estate agent daughter Suzy disappeared after she went to meet an unknown client. Paul and Diana Lamplugh, believed that Suzy, like most people at that time – and even now – was simply unaware of the possible dangers that individuals can face in society. Paul and Diana founded the Trust to highlight the risks people face and to offer advice, action and support to minimise those risks.

Alongside the Trust’s dedicated staff are a number of highly skilled Training Consultants who deliver personal safety and lone working training across the United Kingdom. The Trust has been involved in a wide range of projects in its history including the Campaign for Removal of Pimps (CROP), a campaign to improve the safety of sex workers, lobbying for a harassment law and minicab licensing legislation. Most recently the Trust worked with the Royal National Institute of the Blind to produce relevant safety advice and guidance for those with impaired sight.