Electronically tagging men on protection orders has been
proposed by Bill Wilson, the former Supreme Court judge
heading the Glenn Inquiry.
The inquiry's ''People's Report'' is due to be released today
and analyses accounts of victims and workers in the field.
While specific recommendations are not due until the
inquiry's final report in October, Mr Wilson has suggested
tagging because he said men would not be stopped from
attacking their former partner or children by a piece of
The tag would go off, alerting police and the former partner
when a perimeter had been breached.
Mr Wilson also called for an overhaul of the family violence
system and court and for political parties to work together
on the matter.