Clear your tracks

If you are calling to get information or help and your phone is equipped with a ‘redial’ button, compose another phone number after calling the police, a help line, a shelter for women or a person helping victims. Should you be calling from a mobile phone, do not forget to erase all calls that you have made. This way, your aggressor will not know what you did or what you are about to do.

For more information: http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/cj-jp/fv-vf/help-aide.html

 How can I erase all my traces?

If you are navigating the internet, your research is kept in your browsing history. To protect yourself, it is possible to erase all traces.  Simply follow these instructions:

If you use Internet Explorer:

Go to Tools in the top bar and click on ‘Internet Options’, a window will appear click on ‘General’, under ‘Browsing history’ click on ‘Delete browsing history on exit’ click on ‘OK’.

If you use Safari:

simply go to the tool bar and under Safari click on ‘Empty the cache’

For Google Chrome:

On your browser toolbar, click More .

Click History, and then click Clear browsing data.

Under “Clear browsing data,” select the checkboxes for Cookies and site data and Cached images and files.

Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. …

Click Clear browsing data.