Putting an end to stalking


We offer a range of free resources to help raise awareness of stalking, particularly amongst young people and those who work with them.

Our free 30-minute school assembly gives Key Stage 3, 4 or 5 students the foundations to recognise what stalking is, understand why it should be taken seriously, and know where to go for support and how to support others.

Alice Ruggles Trust school assembly resources

Our PSHE lesson plans and accompanying materials promote awareness of unhealthy relationship behaviours and stalking in order to help keep young people safe.  

This three-minute animated video (available in English and Welsh) features two friends discussing the behaviour of an ex-partner. This is duly recognised as stalking, safety advice is given, and the victim is supported in making a police report. The aim of the video is to raise awareness of seemingly ‘low risk’ behaviours and encourage people to seek help.

This powerful video highlights the dangers of stalking through the impact of the personal story of Alice told by her immediate family. It contains distressing material, although not distressing images.

Our podcasts contain impactive stories and testimonials from people with lived experience of stalking, coercive control, or unhealthy relationships. Alice’s own story has also been told in been various documentaries and independent podcasts.

From time to time, we produce information leaflets for distribution to organisations, schools, or at specific events.