Have you been stopped by police or had any interaction with police since the new rules were introduced? Do you feel you have been treated unfairly?

If you wish to make a report you can fill in the form below.

You may remain anonymous if you prefer.

Your responses are secure. The connection to this website is encrypted.

Your report will be collated and will be used for advocacy in each state and nationally.

The information you provide or a summary of may be used in public reports but we will make sure you can’t be identified publicly.

If you would like us to follow up or to contact you for further information, please provide a method of contact such as an e-mail address or phone number.


Tell us what happened.
Please provide as much detail as possible. A specific address, or detailed location information.
Be sure to explain who was involved (police numbers, name/descriptions); what happened as it happened (please give approximate times as you go); where it happened (be precise and descriptive, use a map for reference if necessary); where you were standing in relation to the incident (for example, did you have a clear line of sight?); what happened, in full. Please provide as much detail as possible.
Why do you think the police decided to stop or approach you?

About you

You can remain anonymous or use your first name only, if you wish.
If so, we will contact and check with you first.



This collaborative project aims to document incidents, reports, and examples from members of the public concerning COVID-19 policing, for use in monitoring and reporting, as well as legal advocacy and accountability. It is run by a group of legal and human rights advocacy organisations, backed up by a network of policing academics with a coordinator in each state.
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