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Who are we?
Aotearoa Justice Watch is a group of independent organisations that care about justice and human rights.
We believe that more must be done to protect people and communities who are harmed by our current prison and policing systems.
What is the aim of the project?
We all know that our justice system often fails to provide proper support to the people in its care. We are particularly concerned about people in prison, and people who have interactions with police.
We also know that stories about our justice system can help us to build something better.
We want to provide a safe way for people to tell their stories.
How does it work?
After you fill out this form, your information will be submitted to Amnesty International, where it will be held securely. You can choose to be anonymous if you wish. No identifying information will be published without your permission. We will comply with all obligations under the Privacy Act 2020. Please refer to our privacy statement here.
Your information will be used to help identify issues in our justice system. This information could be included in campaigns, reports or articles.
We encourage you to use existing channels for complaints (including through prisons, the Ombudsman, or the Office of the Inspectorate, and for police the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA)).
Please note – we cannot provide legal advice or investigate individual cases.
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To report an incident or raise a concern please fill out this form.