Domestic Violence

The Surrey RCMP's Domestic Violence Unit is dedicated to reducing incidents of domestic violence and repeat victimization to victims and family members. In addition to investigating domestic violence incidents and monitoring offenders, officers work alongside victim services workers to offer services to victims and families such as: referrals, safety planning, and guidance through the court process.

Signs of abuse can vary greatly, from emotional to physical and sexual violence. Some signs of abuse can include when a partner:

If you or someone you know has been impacted by domestic violence there is help available.

Who to call

In an emergency situation, dial 9-1-1. The first priority is to get you to safety.

We strongly encourage you to contact police, but if you choose not to, there are other options. The following services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

Safety Plan

Police and Victim Services can help you develop a comprehensive safety plan to help reduce or eliminate the risks for you and your children. Safety plans can include:

Resources

Effects of Domestic Violence on Children
Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse

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