The Trust supports the campaign to introduce a register which would enable police to pro-actively identify, track, monitor and manage stalkers.

A petition containing 130,000 signatures, delivered on October 10, calls on the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to act now to save lives by protecting women from serial stalkers and domestic violence perpetrators by introducing a register of stalkers.

Such a register would, for example, allow police assessing the seriousness of a call from a victim to be alerted to previous incidents involving the perpetrator that would indicate a dangerous pattern of behaviour.

A report published on July 5 by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) and Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI) into harassment and stalking found that people who have suffered repeated harassment or stalking are frequently being let down by under-recording, inconsistent services and a lack of understanding by the criminal justice system. The Alice Ruggles Trust welcomes the report but urges the Police and CPS to take its findings seriously and to act with urgency on all its recommendations.

On 29 June 2017, Paladin, the National Advocacy Service for high-risk victims of stalking, held a conference entitled "Raising the Bar: Best Practice in Stalking Cases". Clive was invited to tell Alice's story and to reflect upon the lessons he felt should be learned and what he would like to see change.

During June, Mike gave a number of presentations to several British Army units based in Germany on the signs and dangers of stalking and coercive control.