VICTIMS SHOULD NOT BE VICTIMISED TWICE.
THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TO GO ABOUT THEIR DAILY LIVES WITHOUT FEAR.
- continuously measures the distance between perpetrator and victim 24×7
- alerts our monitoring centre when one or both are approaching the stipulated range of distances allowing the monitoring centre to contact both parties and guide them to change the direction of their course.
Attenti’s two-way equipment does what Police and Justice can’t do – watch over victims and their families day and night.
HOW IT WORKS
Using bilateral technology, the victim and perpetrator each carry a small mobile phone device, and the perpetrator wears a GPS tracker. The location of both parties is continuously measured and if they come within the stipulated range, the monitoring centre is alerted and immediate action taken.
While the equipment can’t stop a determined aggressor, the alerts provides vital intervention time for Police and the tracking data can be used as evidence in court.
Family violence is a global problem, and Attenti’s equipment is being used to protect thousands of victims and families.
Volunteers working on the front line of Domestic Violence from Police and Social Agencies put our life saving equipment to the test.
Does it protect? Hear how they describe their experience at ANZMH’s ‘Stop Domestic Violence Conference’ 2021
WHAT THE EQUIPMENT DOESN’T DO
The equipment cannot show any information other than location and tracking, it only sends an alert when there is a violation, or an interruption in the signal or connection.
Attenti partner with social agencies and trusts to participate in social improvements by providing equipment to encourage volunteers to participate programmes that increase their own wellbeing and that of their families and the wider community.
These programmes provide participants with the opportunity and proof not available to them without the assistance of technology:
The opportunity to:
- reunite with their families
- recover their lives
- re-enter the workplace
- contribute to society
Provides proof that:
- perpetrators of family violence that they can respect and protect the safety of their partners and families
- people who have served prison are living within the restrictions of their release and integrating into family, society and work life
- defendants awaiting trial are abiding by the requirements of their bail release
- previous alcohol abusers are sober and capable
- defendants and individuals on early release programmes are abiding by the requirements and prove their innocence by showing their location if a crime takes place