2019, English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Evaluation of the technology trial - Keeping Women Safe in Their Homes [electronic resource] : final report / Sandra Gendera ... [et al.].

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Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (iv, 51 p. : ill.) : PDF file.
Published
  • Sydney, NSW : Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney, 2019.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Evaluation of the technology trial - Keeping Women Safe in Their Homes : final report /​ Sandra Gendera ... [et al.].
Other Authors
  • Gendera, Sandra.
  • Jops, Paula.
  • Broady, Timothy R.
  • Valentine, Kylie, 1970-
  • Breckenridge, Jan.
  • University of New South Wales. Social Policy Research Centre
  • Queensland. Dept. of Child Safety, Youth and Women
Published
  • Sydney, NSW : Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney, 2019.
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (iv, 51 p. : ill.) : PDF file.
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Summary
  • This report evaluates a technology-based initiative in Queensland to help women and children stay safe in their homes and communities after domestic violence. The Queensland Keeping Women Safe in their Home (KWSITH) technology trial aims to enhance the home and personal security of women and children experiencing domestic and family violence, so they can remain close to their family and other support networks. The trial commenced in 5 sites in 2016 and involved risk assessment and safety planning, the implementation of technology driven solutions such as personal duress alarms and security cameras, and an audit of property, computers, smart phones and vehicles to assess surveillance and stalking security concerns. This evaluation investigated whether and how the initiative enables people to stay safer at home, including the barriers and enablers to implementation, how implementation was affected by the service sector and community characteristics in each location, level and type of investment required, to what extent and in what circumstances are clients kept safer, unintended consequences, privacy concerns, impacts on perpetrator behaviour and accountability, impacts on service providers, and whether there are differences in outcomes and investment among CALD women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, women in regional areas, women with disability, and women with children. The findings indicate that there are benefits to clients and service providers from the inclusion of innovative uses of technology as part of a holistic, flexible service response.
Notes
  • "August 2019"
  • "Prepared for: Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women"
  • Authors: Sandra Gendera, Paula Jops, Timothy Broady, kylie valentine and Jan Breckenridge.
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 51)
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  • Mode of access: via the internet.
Language
  • English
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