Putting an end to stalking

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Our 2024 conference

Our annual hybrid conference (held in Leicester and on-line) will be over two days this year, in response to participants’ feedback. This year’s theme is Best Practice

Each autumn we hold a conference where we bring together criminal justice, health service and third sector professionals with academic criminologists and psychologists. We believe that forging strong links between practitioners and academics is vital in order to improve strategies for protecting stalking victims and managing perpetrators.

This year, in response to participants’ feedback, we are holding our conference over two days. on Wednesday November 6 and Thursday November 7.

The theme this year is

Best practice

We shall be highlighting various aspects of the multi-agency working that is essential for supporting victims and managing perpetrators in the most effective way possible.

As in the last two years, the conference will be a hybrid, held at College Court conference centre, University of Leicester, and also on-line. For those attending in person there will be plenty of time for informal interaction and a conference dinner on the Wednesday evening. Overnight accommodation is available on site.

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See you in November!

The picture shows our first annual conference back in 2019. We have been holding them annually ever since, either physically or on-line, or more recently both.
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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