Below you will find snippets of information on LifeLock as it has appeared in the media.
LIFELOCK AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Women report domestic violence incidents to the police, usually a 999 call. If the attacker is arrested and bailed to a different address, or remanded, he will have a key to the property in his possession. The new ‘Go’ orders being piloted in some areas of the country where he can be excluded from the property for between 48 hours and 30 days and has to find alternative accommodation for himself will not change this. The victim remains vulnerable and frightened, particularly as the attacker is likely to be more hostile following police involvement.
In addition, changing locks takes time and money. Some areas have Sanctuary Schemes operated by the District Councils, but time is still a factor.
Ownership of the property can be a problem, requiring the permission of the landlord before work can be done. If the house is jointly owned, the permission of the attacker would be required!
LifeLock solves these problems as it is instant, portable equipment which does not require a joiner to fit, is not a permanent alteration and does not damage the property in any way.
Having safety measures in the home is good, but victims do not have to go out, and this portable Lock can be carried in a pocket or handbag. Should the victim be followed to family or friends, again they can use this at any property without causing damage or alteration, and this will increase the time in which help can be obtained.
Women visiting our Early Intervention Safety Centre may come through our doors as ‘High Risk’ victims, and following combination of Safety Planning and provision of an alarm and a LifeLock, go out with their risk level lowered. This is an instant solution to what has become a difficult problem to solve due to time and cost.
North Nottinghamshire Independent Domestic Abuse Services (NNIDAS)
Manager, Rosie Jacklin
As well as featuring on BBC TV, LifeLock has received seven major innovation and security awards including the Gold Award at the International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva 2009.
The LifeLock is recommended by the Police, Armed Forces and embassies around the world.View Awards
Explaining how the LifeLock works might be tricky, but trust us when we say it is simple to use requiring no tools it can be fitted to 95% of doors in under 5 seconds.
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