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Two Social Policy Research Centre studies have looked at ways to keep women safe in their homes.
Personal duress alarms (PDA) and security cameras could help people experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV) stay safe in their homes, according to UNSW research.
The Evaluation of the technology trial (Keeping Women Safe in Their Homes) report by the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) found that the provision of technology may assist with an improved responsiveness by police, and increased accountability of perpetrators.