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Includes news, insight on parole reform and an interview with domestic abuse charity CEO, Michelle Blunsom.

In On the Frontline, the CEO of East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services speaks frankly about the challenges of tackling coercive behaviour. She says: “Women who experience abuse have had their identity and freedom stripped away. It’s when their partner escapes with their children, it can end in a fatality. I’d urge professionals to look for signs of entrapment, because coercive behaviour can bring set of rules with dire consequences when broken.”

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