Podcasts available

Real Crime Profile—My Daughter Alice

In this 70-minute podcast, Clive speaks to Laura Richards, founder of Paladin, and her colleagues in the United States about Alice’s story and the lessons to be learned.

 

It's Not Your Fault: Alice’s Story

In this award-winning podcast by Emma Casson, the first of a 3-part radio documentary on coercive relationships and stalking behaviours, Maxine and Sue talk about Alice and what happened to her, with additional comments from the Chair of Paladin, Rachel Horman.

 

You can also read Alice’s story here on our website.


Everyone needs to recognise that stalking is a seriously distressing and potentially life-threatening crime. Stalking behaviour needs to result in immediate action both to protect the victim and to deal effectively with the perpetrator.

The Alice Ruggles Trust’s mission is to help prevent what happened to Alice happening to others. We need to bring stalking to an end.

You can read more about what we have been doing here.


If you are concerned about stalking issues please visit the Suzy Lamplugh Trust's national stalking helpline.

 

 

What should you do if you think your phone might have been hacked? We've put together a few guidelines here

 

 

 

Fundraising news

Cycling for Alice

Over May bank holiday weekend, eleven of Alice’s extended family and friends will be cycling the Coast-to-Coast in her memory and to raise money for the Trust. The C2C route they are taking runs from Whitehaven in Cumbria across to Newcastle where Alice lived. It is over 140 miles long and passes across the Lake District as well as over the Pennines, so this is quite a challenge—but at least the weather should have improved by then!

To sponsor the cyclists please visit their MyDonate page.

See our Events page, as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages, for more news of forthcoming fundraising events and snippets about past ones.

 

A report published on July 5 has found that people who have suffered repeated harassment or stalking are frequently being let down by the criminal justice system. See our News page.