Cookie policy

Our website can be visited without any personal data being provided by or collected from you, the visitor, unless you are asked. We collect some information when you visit the site but this does not allow us to identify you personally. The information collected includes what time you visit the site and what pages you use most frequently, allowing us to make improvements to our site accordingly.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer’s browser directory or hard drive. Cookies are created when you use your browser to visit a website that uses cookies to keep track of your movements within the site, help you resume where you left off, preferences and other customization functions.  Cookies do not contain personal information about the user unless this information has already been given to the site, for example, in the form of log in details.

How do we use cookies?

JUSTICE uses cookies for the following reasons:

  • to help identify aspects of your behaviour, for example what pages you visit, how long you spent on each page and your journey to those pages through the site;
  • to better understand how people use our site, for instance which pages are the most popular, so we can make improvements accordingly;
  • and to allow us to share our webpages through social media.

You may refuse to accept any cookie via the settings on your browser that allows you to refuse all or some cookies, or by deleting the cookie(s) altogether.

Which cookies does JUSTICE use?

The JUSTICE website ( may use cookies, now or in the future, for

  • User registration & login features
  • Form submission
  • Social media sharing
  • Event registrations

We use Google Analytics to monitor the activity on our website. These cookies work by collecting visitor behaviour information i.e. how you navigate through our website and internet log information in an anonymous form. They can take up to two years to expire. More information can be found at:

Embedded media

Any embedded media on the site, such as Youtube, Facebook or Twitter, may use cookies provided by the external party which owns the media. The code used by these cookies is subject to change at any point and is governed by the external parties’ own terms and conditions.