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Cookies can also be used to keep a record of when you visit a site, how long you spend there and which pages you ask to see. This helps us to understand how many visitors are coming to our site and what is of interest to them.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), 2016, requires websites that exist for the benefit of members of the European Union to warn visitors of the use of cookies and to offer them a choice as to whether or not to accept them.

If you are happy to accept cookies from our site and trust us not to abuse our use of them, please click on "I understand" on the warning notice.

If you do not wish to take our cookies, simply ignore the message and DO NOT click on the button. Of course, this also means that you will not be able to log in as a member of MissionAssist, nor use some of the other features of our website.

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Police Chaplaincy UK is a registered Charity, number 1190186.

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