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.


Alice Ruggles was murdered in 2016, aged just 24, by an ex-boyfriend following a relentless campaign of stalking.

Stalking is a seriously distressing and potentially life-threatening crime. This needs to be recognised by everyone. Stalking behaviour must result in immediate action both to protect the victim and to deal effectively with the perpetrator.

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.

About Alice About the Trust About our Trustees About the Consortium



If you are interested in a Trust representative talking to your organisation, please contact us.

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This year's Alice Ruggles Trust annual conference

Wednesday, 6 October 2021 — on-line

This has been a very hard year for many people and also very a challenging time for charities. We launched the #24forAlice challenge in October 2020 to enable people to achieve a personal goal while also supporting our vital work.

THANK YOU!!! Your response has been incredible. Over £16,500 raised so far!

#24ForAlice runs until the end of September. Give yourself a challenge, and help us spread the message about stalking...

Read more, and how to sign up


Stalkers are fixated and obsessed. During lockdown they will not stop stalking.

Several organisations provide advice and support to victims both locally and nationally within the UK:

Stalking Support Services