Duress is the worlds first protection service that notifies Police - In an emergency, Duress notifies the Police, streams live video and tracks your location all in seconds, without the need to call 000.
In an emergency, such as an assault, an attack, home invasion or domestic violence, there is not enough time to call 000. Duress lets you notify the Police and stream video in seconds, meaning you don’t need to call 000 and explain who you are, where you are, or what is happening. Duress does all of this for you.
How does Duress work?
- Duress has a 24/7 Operations Centre in Australia, which activates during an emergency.
- As soon as you declare an emergency, the Operations Centre can see who you are, what is happening, and where you are.
- The Operations Centre connects directly to Police in seconds, notifying Police of where you are and what is happening. The Operations Centre can also send the live video and location data through to the Police if needed.
How do I declare an emergency?
- With Duress, declaring an emergency is simple, and very quick. Either swipe the bottom of your phone, hold your phone and release, or remove your earphones. If you accidentally request police, simply enter your PIN to cancel.
Duress is $129.99/year for 24/7 Australia-wide monitoring. Duress membership is a year-to-year subscription that begins at sign up. You can cancel at any time, and there are no long-term contracts on cancellation fees.
Payment will be charged to your GooglePlay account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.
Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto renewal can be turned off by going to your subscription settings.
More information - www.duress.com
Terms and Conditions - www.duress.com/legal/terms-and-conditions