Carl Hall, KSS CRC’s Head of Service for Interventions, said: “There are perpetrators who do acknowledge their abusive behaviour and want to do something about it.”
“Through early intervention, we can work with them to facilitate change while supporting their partners and children.
“By taking this dual approach, our programme will help victims today and hopefully reduce the number of victims tomorrow.”
David Munro, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, said: “On behalf of the SADA Partnership, I want to encourage perpetrators of domestic abuse to recognise the impact they have and take responsibility for their actions.”
Kay Hammond, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Associate for Community Safety Services, said: “The Stepping Up initiative is about helping to prevent domestic abuse by working with people who are concerned about their behaviour and giving them a way forward. By helping them to change, the programme and partnership behind it aims to change the lives of affected families across Surrey.”