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DAIS evidence app

⭐️Dropping now⭐️– Domestic Abuse Information System (DAIS) app. We have designed an app for domestic abuse victims and developed it with fabulous Mark Webb. This is thought to be especially useful for victims of abuse who are isolating with an abuser due to Covid-19.

The app is a way to log photo and video evidence, incident details and feelings with a date, time, and location stamp. This allows a full incident report to be exported to us, or a safe email address of your choosing and will help bridge the evidence gap needed to secure domestic abuse convictions, and help keep victims safe.

We understand that on average a person is harmed by their abuser 5-9 times before seeking any form of help and hope that this app will help people to store data for when they would like to use it- as one of the main causes of domestic abuse cases not reaching court or failing in court is lack of evidence.

This app is available for Apple and Android phones and searchable as ‘DAIS’ in the app stores. It is unobtrusive on the phone and simply has a daisy emblem, helping to keep it hidden in plain sight.

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We really need someone to cover a second hearing for an NMO/ Occupation Order for one of our lovely clients. If you are direct access, can you please pop us a quote of how much you would charge for this? Thank you.

A masters degree & a private school education. Yet I still became a victim of domestic abuse. We need to overturn this idea that female victims are only vulnerable women & girls that have fallen in with “bad people”*. ANY WOMAN can become a victim. #HiddenHarms

*victim-blaming

Thank f*** for that.
Imagine if they were enabling people too stupid to prioritise the health of themselves & those around them just for the sake of someone else making them coffee! https://t.co/7W01SsVcED

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