Putting an end to stalking

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Launch of Alice Ruggles Trust Awards

The inaugural Alice Ruggles Trust Awards aims to recognise and celebrate those people and projects doing exceptional work bringing stalking to an end.

The inaugural Alice Ruggles Trust Awards aims to recognise and celebrate those people and projects doing exceptional work bringing stalking to an end. 

With ten categories, the Alice Ruggles Trust Awards aims to highlight best practice across the stalking sector with the aim of amplifying what works. You can nominate yourself or a colleague for one of the following awards: 

Awards categories

Outstanding contribution

Recognising the individual who has gone above and beyond to raise awareness, reduce stalking, or make victims safer. 

Working together 

Celebrating brilliant multi-agency partnerships across different teams and how this is making a difference to the victims and perpetrators locally. 

Creating change 

Shining a spotlight on interventions and projects that are improving the lives of victims.

Challenging behaviours 

Recognising work with stalking perpetrators to reduce risk and change behaviour. 

Leader of the year 

We are looking for an exceptional sector leader who has made a difference to their organisation, or the wider sector.  

Learning and training 

This award aims to highlight exemplar training that has made a difference to how you and your organisation respond to stalking. 

Prevention Pioneers  

This award aims recognise a project that has sparked meaningful discussions about stalking among young people.  

Survivor empowerment  

A survivor of stalking who has bravely transformed their personal experience into a catalyst for change. We want to highlight their resilience and the positive impact they have made by sharing their story.  

Volunteer of the year

We are searching for someone who has truly gone the extra mile for the cause and celebrate those volunteers who have shown exceptional commitment and made a difference in this sector. 

Academic contribution

This award seeks recognise significant contributions to academic research and knowledge in the field of stalking 

The Awards will be judged by a respected panel of sector leaders, each of them an expert in their own fields. The awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday 6th November bringing together people from across academia, advocacy, health, education, and criminal justice to learn how together, we can put an to stalking. 

Nominations can be submitted by applicants or on behalf of others. The awards have been designed so that any person or project can be in with a chance of winning. 

Submit a application on behalf of your own organisation or project or nominate someone else’s work via this form. 

Submissions close on Monday 19th August 

The awards evening will take place on Wednesday 6th November 2024, 7.30pm to 10pm at College Court, Leicester. I hope you can join us and celebrate the stalking sector’s achievements. 

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Stalking prevention assemblies

We are partnering with Durham Constabulary and the Office of Durham Police and Crime Commissioner to deliver assemblies about stalking across schools in County Durham and Darlington

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Launching our Stalking Safety Checklist

Working with Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service, we have developed a simple checklist to support schools in creating a full support network around young people to help them recognise and report stalking