Affidavit Draft Template
I have drawn up a first draft of the affidavit template. The final version will be released on Thursday 19th October 2017 after consultation with the victim community. In the meantime, download the affidavit draft template in OpenOffice (like Word and editable) or PDF (uneditable) format and let me know if there are any aspects of your targeting that haven’t been listed in the template by emailing me at email@example.com (Note: Do NOT use the contact form on this website as it goes into a blackhole sometimes.)
The OpenOffice file is editable. So you can start making bullet-point notes for yourself about your targeting. But please note: The section numbering is going to change for the final version, so do not start writing your final version of your testimony into the draft version. If you do, please copy and paste your statements into the appropriate section of the final version of the template later.
NOTE: Please download OpenOffice and install it before viewing the file as Microsoft Word corrupts the formatting of the file. This is a bit of hassle at first, but doesn’t take longer than 5-10min. In the long run, this will be good for you as OpenOffice is free and does exactly the same things as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc. It even looks the same.
Affidavit Template – Final version (Coming 19th Oct 2017)
RELEASE DATE OF FINAL VERSION SHIFTED FROM 1ST TO 19TH OCTOBER DUE TO LARGE NUMBER OF LATE RESPONSES TO DRAFT VERSION.
Please download all the documents and read them carefully.
|Affidavit Template (Coming 19th October 2017)
Please write your statements in consecutively numbered paragraphs and have the document notarised at the end.
|Instructions (Coming 19th October 2017)
Please follow these instructions carefully as you write up your affidavit using the template.
|Permissions (Coming 19th October 2017)
Tell us who is authorised to use your affidavit and how.
When you are finished, please submit your affidavit as described in the instructions. Do not submit your affidavit via the contact form on this website. Make sure you:
✓ Followed the instructions.
✓ Notarised your affidavit (signed before a witness authorised to administer oaths).
✓ Filled in the permissions form.
Then you are ready to send your affidavit with the permissions form to us!