NSS was founded by stalking survivor Tracey Morgan in 2000 and although she’s no longer actively associated with NSS, Tracey continues to speak out about stalking; campaigning for improved services and providing a voice for those affected by this crime. Find out more about Tracey here.
NSS has worked on a number of high profile research projects and campaigns on stalking. Our project partners include Forensic psychologist Dr Lorraine Sheridan, Dr Emma Short, from the Centre for Cyber Stalking Research, Jennifer Perry from Digital Trust and Ann Moulds from Action Scotland on Stalking
Network for Surviving Stalking, alongside Protection Against Stalking and Suzy Lamplugh Trust, was a founding partner of the National Stalking Helpline in 2010.
NSS is a member of the UK Stalking Consortium and regularly gives feedback to a wide variety of organisations and forums, including the Home Office, Association Of Chief Police Officers and Welsh Government.
In 2014/15 NSS led a UK wide consultation on the communications surrounding stalking. If you would like a copy of this report, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Having taken on board the findings of our consultation, NSS is now focussing on improving the communications surrounding the subject of stalking. Our aim is to encourage the early identification of stalking behaviours and improve outcomes for victims.
In Autumn 2015 Network for Surviving Stalking is involved in a campaign to highlight the dangers of ex-partner stalking. Funded by Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner, NSS will deliver this project in early 2016.