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We took a hacked phone for a week – and were shocked at what we found out. It’s part of the bigger trend around using mobile phones to perpetuate family violence and harass people. Not only is it easy to do, it’s hard to find...

Australians have always been enthusiastic adopters of new technology. Hundreds of thousands of us now use drones. They let you take incredible photos and videos. But their widespread use has raced ahead of safety and privacy regulations and now there's a crackdown....

A Melbourne security company fields up to 40 calls a week from people worried they are being spied on, usually by their former spouses. The extent to which abusers have become more cunning has shocked the former organised crime and homicide ­detectives who run...

Steve Schultze looks exactly like the kind of cop you’d see jumping a fence with his gun drawn. A former homicide detective with Victoria Police, he is a picture of machismo – heavyset and brawny – and rides a big black motorcycle. I’m on the...

Safer in the Home program manager Mariese Davey says the program ‘is for women who have experienced Family and Domestic Violence, which is such a broad range of people and circumstances. The money goes to projects that enable them to stay in their homes and...

One woman is killed each week by a partner or former partner in Australia. This is a frightening statistic, and one that the Salvos in partnership with security firm Protective Group are dedicated to changing....

...The Minister was heartened to hear that Protective Group's work alongside The Salvation Army on the Safer in the Home programme is helping to keep women and children safe......

Domestic violence perpetrators are sneakily inserting GPS devices into their ex-partners’ cars and within their children’s toys in a frightening attempt to stalk their victims....

They're unconventional ex-cops looking to change the way Australia protects domestic violence victims. Geelong Advertiser Written by Erin Pearson Saturday August 22 2015 Bolstered with experience from years of working in the force, hospitality and security industries, Geelong father-of-two Stephen Wilson and business partner Steven Schultze are helping build...

TWO former senior Victorian police officers have begun de-bugging the homes and cars of Queensland domestic violence victims being stalked by violent ex-partners. Former detectives Stephen Wilson and Steven Schultze are conducting security sweeps of terrified women’s homes and cars, looking for tracking and surveillance...

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