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Council Services:

Perpetrators

Lincolnshire’ Domestic Abuse Partnership is committed to responding to the needs of domestic abuse perpetrators and key projects are being looked into to improve the provision of services and local response to perpetrators.

Where can you access help?

The Respect Phoneline (0808 802 4040) is a confidential and anonymous helpline for domestic abuse perpetrators looking for help to address their behaviour. The main focus of the Respect Phoneline is to increase the safety of those experiencing domestic abuse by engaging with the abusers to reduce the risk.

Who is it for?

The Respect Phoneline helps men and women in heterosexual or same-sex relationships who want to stop being violent and/or abusive towards a partner or ex-partner. It’s also available for frontline worker who engage with domestic violence perpetrators in their work.

They have a team of skilled professionals who:

  • can help you understand your patterns of violence and abuse towards your partner or ex-partner
  • will explore with you how your violence and abuse is about you trying to be in control
  • can help you understand the effects of your violence and abuse towards your partner and your children
  • will give you information about specialist domestic violence prevention programmes, if they are available where you live

Getting in touch

The following leaflets are from the Respect website:

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Last updated: 15 March 2016

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