We want to hear your views so we can have a conversation about building a better justice system.

Your information will be stored securely, and we do not ask for any information that can identify you. We ask you to not share names, including children and whānau, or any other personal information about you or anyone else.

You don't have to answer the demographic questions, but if you do it will help us create more useful reports on what people are saying.

You can choose to give us your email address if you want us to send you updates on how you can stay involved. We will keep your email address secure, and we won't use it for any other purpose or disclose it to any third party.

What we will do with the information you give us

  • We will read the information you give us, and analyse it so we understand it.
  • We might use the findings to propose recommendations to the Minister of Justice on changing the justice system.
  • We might quote statements from your responses in reports on this work, but you won't be identified.
  • The information you give us will become official information. That means it might be released in response to a request under the Official Information Act 1982. 
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