Domestic Violence Monitoring

If you are in immediate danger, call 000 for Police and Ambulance help


The Domestic Violence Crisis Line

1800RESPECT (737 732)
Help is available 24 hours
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Talk to one of experienced Domestic Violence Team 100% confidentially to find our exclusive Domestic Violence Pricing Program

• 100% Covert Operations and activations of your GPS Geo Guard Personal Emergency Device
• Quickest connection to 24-hour emergency monitoring
• Fastest response from First Responders

monitoring room on alarm activation

Quickest links to monitoring room on alarm activation (average 4 seconds)

Domestic Violence GPS Alarms

Quickest links to live monitoring, open audio, GPS location, and recorded audio (average 30 seconds)

Domestic Violence Alarms

Quickest links to First Responders with approved accreditation and recognition with Police

100% waterproof

100% waterproof; can be worn in the shower

GPS positioning and internal location

More accurate GPS positioning and internal location

Now you are only one quick touch away from instant help

When seconds count in ANY critical incident, you can only count on GPS Geo Guard!

We suggest one-way audio for all of our domestic violence clients and/or anyone facing a high risk of individual Social Risk (such as workplace violence for aggressive behavior) to have 100% covert operations and encourage the use of safe and danger words to help with more accurate communications, quicker triage and escalation in the time of a critical incident.

Our Operators are highly trained and have undergone external domestic violence training by leading organisations. They know what to listen in for a potential Homicide, aggression in tone of voice, manipulating, patronizing and condescending words, and even what to do when there is silence; when there is no audio or surrounding noise. They also have been trained how to respond in an OHS incident, accident, or medical situation.


The Team at GPS Geo Guard work with many family and domestic violence organisations Australia wide and also individual women, children, and men at risk.

We are not family or domestic violence professionals, so if you are enduring domestic violence, please call your local Family and Domestic Violence Service or Relationships Australia Domestic Violence Crisis line.

Family and domestic violence can include, but isn’t limited to:
Domestic Violence GPS Alarms
Physical violence

Any violent behaviour or threats of violence. It can be directed at you, or your children, pets or property.
It might be: punching, hitting, kicking, pushing, choking.

Sexual assault

Sexual behaviour you don’t want, such as being forced into sexual activity against your will.

verbal abuse
Verbal or emotional abuse

Behaviour that makes you feel worthless and put down. This can include yelling, insulting, name-calling and swearing.

Controlling behaviour

Controlling behaviour makes you do or believe things you wouldn’t normally. You may be stopped from seeing people or leaving the house. You may be stopped from spiritual or cultural participation that’s important to you.

face recognition

Behaviour that makes you feel harassed or intimidated. This could be:
• repeated phone calls or messages
• unwanted or obsessive attention
• someone following or monitoring you.

Technology facilitated abuse

When someone monitors what you do online. This may include:
• checking your computer and phone use
• using spyware on your phone to track you
• publishing intimate photos of you without your consent.

Financial abuse

Behaviour limiting your access to money. Warning signs might be:
• not being able to have money of your own
• not being able to work
• having to account for how you spend your money.

Abuse of older people

Deliberate or unintentional harmful behaviour in a relationship of trust with an older person. It’s any violence or mistreatment that causes harm or distress to an older person. It could be:
• emotional
• psychological
• financial
• physical
• social
• sexual
• neglect.

Family and domestic violence can affect anyone in all types of relationships. It can occur in:

• past or current intimate relationships. This includes dating or living together, regardless of gender or sexuality
• relationships involving carers of people with a disability or a medical condition
• relationships with relatives and guardians
• culturally recognised family groups.


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