Respect Phoneline - help for domestic violence perpetrators
Helpline offering information and advice to domestic violence perpetrators
We offer information and advice to support perpetrators stop their violence and change their abusive behaviours.
The main focus of the Respect Phoneline is to increase the safety of those experiencing domestic violence by engaging with the abusers and to reduce the risk.
We provide information for domestic violence perpetrator programmes.
The Respect Phoneline is open:
Monday - Friday 9am-5pm
Call us on freephone 0808 802 4040 (free from landlines and most mobile phones).
EMAIL US: email@example.com
You can leave a message when the lines are closed or busy and we’ll get back to you within 2 working days.
The Respect Phoneline is funded by the Home Office, the Scottish Government and the Department of Justice Northern Ireland. We welcome calls from anywhere in the UK.
The Respect Phoneline has been accredited by The Helplines Association with the Quality Standard.
Please remember that if you are emailing through a work email address your employer has the right to read your emails. Also, if you are experiencing domestic violence please take steps to ensure that the abuser does not have access to your email address. You can set up a new web-based email address that the abuser is not aware of or you can pick a password that the abuser cannot guess.
Textphone users dial 18001 0808 802 4040
We use Language Line and we can arrange to speak to a caller through an interpreter.
Calls may be monitored for training and quality purposes. In most cases, calls are treated as confidential. We do not use technology to identify callers. Our full confidentiality policy is here.
Download: Confidentiality Policy.doc
We don’t provide ongoing telephone support or counselling. For more information visit our new website: http://www.respectphoneline.org.uk
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