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Mobile Tracking System Program

COVID-19 and the Mobile Tracking System Program

VSLG is committed to keeping our clients, our staff and our communities as safe as possible during this difficult time.  Staff continue to work 24 hours a day / 7 days a week as per our normal schedule and our involvement with our MTS program is continuing to run remotely.  Assessments will occur via telephone, video and email and our staff will continue to offer support through telephone, texting, email and video technologies in keeping with World Health Organization policies.  On-scene or in-person responses are at the request of our emergency partners only.  We recognize that this is a stressful time and will do our best to ensure all individual's needs are met to the best of our ability and within the mandate of our services.  

We would also like to give a small word of caution.  Situations where individuals are confined to their homes can sometimes increase safety concerns.  Please reach out at any time for support via telephone (6 1-800-939-7682) or email (info@vslg.ca) or self-referral form (Self Referral Form) .  

Safety Planning resources for physical safety and emotional safety can be found here.  Safety Planning 


The Mobile Tracking System is a high risk safety program designed as an intervention strategy to enhance the safety of individuals at risk of domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking and/or criminal harassment and elder abuse.

There are three significant components to the program;

  • a personal safety plan developed by/for the client with the assistance of the program coordinator,
  • a mobile tracking device pre-programmed to dispatch police to the location of the tracker
  • regular scheduled follow-up contacts, for on-going support for the client and for updating the safety plan.

Our MTS Program utilizes GPS enabled tracking devices (Eyez-On) as part of a larger, specialized safety planning and support program designed to assist individuals in keeping themselves as safe as possible while dealing with a potentially high-risk or unsafe situation.  This program is offered in partnership between Victim Services of Leeds & Grenville and local police services.  It is a fairly intensive program that requires individuals to work closely with Victim Services staff.  Interested parties must be willing to undergo a risk assessment in order to help determine eligibility for a device.