Djirra is committed to child safety.
We want any child who accesses Djirra’s services or programs – whether directly or accompanying a family member or carer – to feel safe, empowered, and heard.
Click the links to see our Child Safe Policy which details our approach to ensuring child safety. All staff must comply with the Child Safe Code of conduct, which sets out behavioural expectations for all staff and volunteers in their interactions with children.
What is technology-facilitated abuse (TFA)?
Technology-facilitated abuse is a form of family violence that occurs when a person uses technology to control or cause harm to another person.
This can include:
- Using location tracking technology to stalk or track someone.
- Sending harassing or threatening messages.
- Sharing or threatening to share intimate images without consent.
- Setting up fake profiles with the intent to harm, humiliate or threaten.
- Accessing accounts (such as email, social media, online banking) without consent.
- Restricting access to technology (such us breaking devices).
If you or someone you know is experiencing technology-facilitated abuse, reach out to Djirra for support. Freecall 1800 DJIRRA, 9am-10pm, Monday - Friday.
For more information and to report image-based abuse, contact: www.esafety.gov.au/report
If you have immediate concerns for your safety call Triple Zero (000).