As this week is stalking and harassment week, we have put together some links to useful pages which might help you. 

This Derbyshire Constabulary page gives lots of information about what stalking and harassment are. If you are unsure about what is happening to you, please take a look. 


This Derbyshire Constabulary page can direct you to other pages such as “What is stalking and harassment?” or “How to report stalking and harassment.” 


If you or someone you know has been a victim of stalking or harassment there are several ways this can be reported to the police.  If you are in immediate danger then ring 999 NOW.  You can also report online rather than speaking to an officer here.

Or if you would like to speak to someone on a non-emergency line you can call 101 which is staffed 24/7.

For further information please see the Derbyshire Constabulary page.

Protection Against Stalking educates the public about stalking. It campaigns to raise awareness of stalking, highlights how important early, effective intervention is, and delivers bespoke training programmes for businesses and community groups.


The Suzy Lamplugh Trust was set up by Suzy’s parents.  Suzy was an estate agent who went missing after she went to meet a client and never returned in 1986.  She was eventually declared dead in 1993.  Her parents set up the trust which is now widely regarded as a field expert in lone working, personal safety training, stalking training as well as consultancy, campaigning and support services.  The National Stalking Helpline is delivered by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust. 


The National Stalking Helpline 0808 8020300, is delivered by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust.  It is open 09:30 - 16:00, Monday to Friday, apart from Wednesday's when it is open 09:30 - 20:00.  The helpline gives practical information, support, and advice on risk, safety planning and legislation to victims, their friends and family, and professionals working with victims.


This website helps adults aged 18+ who are experiencing revenge porn. This website is for those living in the UK only and cannot undertake criminal investigations or report to the police on the victims behalf. 

The Alice Ruggles Trust exists to raise awareness of stalking (including coercive control), to ensure that relevant legislation is effective and adhered to, and to bring about lasting improvements in the management of perpetrators and the protection of victims. The Trust is a member of the National Stalking Consortium. Contact is through an online form only.