SACC - Scotland Against Criminalising Communities

Organisation's Membership Form

Please complete the form, print it and post it with your cheque to:-
SACC, c/o Peace and Justice Centre, Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4BJ
We regret we cannot accept payments by credit/debit card.
Please make cheques payable to Scotland Against Criminalising Communities.
Individuals:- Please use the Individuals' Affiliation form.
More information: www.sacc.org.uk

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I would like to join Scotland Against Criminalising Communities (SACC).

I support SACC's aims:-

(1)To campaign against the use of excessive state powers to criminalise political activity which are contained within the Terrorism act 2000, the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 and the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005; to campaign for the repeal of these acts; to campaign against any other legislation that has a similar effect; to monitor the use of such legislation and to work in close association with the communities most affected by these acts in order to highlight their discriminatory nature.

(2)To demand that everyone must be treated as innocent until proven guilty; that habeas corpus (the right of a person to be brought before a judge to determine if their detention is lawful) be restored and to demand those imprisoned without trial under this legislation are released or granted a fair trial.


Our organisation would like to affiliate to Scotland Against Criminalising Communities (SACC).

We support SACC's aims:-

(1)To campaign against the use of excessive state powers to criminalise political activity which are contained within the Terrorism act 2000, the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 and the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005; to campaign for the repeal of these acts; to campaign against any other legislation that has a similar effect; to monitor the use of such legislation and to work in close association with the communities most affected by these acts in order to highlight their discriminatory nature.

(2)To demand that everyone must be treated as innocent until proven guilty; that habeas corpus (the right of a person to be brought before a judge to determine if their detention is lawful) be restored and to demand those imprisoned without trial under this legislation are released or granted a fair trial.

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We understand that our membership details may be held on computer or other data storage systems by SACC

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