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ObsPol's mission is not to provide personalised individual assistance to victims of police violence, but to identify cases of abuse, analyse the circumstances and each one's specific context, in order to draw a map, both geographic and sociological. The information collected via the form will not be shared outside of ObsPol. The information collected via the form will not be published without your prior agreement. Your identity will be anonymous. This confidentiality is valid both within ObsPol (in our on-line and paper publications) and outside of ObsPol: nothing will be filtered to the police, government agencies etc. You are the only person who can request transmission of your assault details to yourself or your lawyer. Feel confident to share your experience. Your testimony to ObsPol will never cause you problems or difficulties.

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