Register to vote anonymously if you're in danger

Register to vote anonymously if you're in danger

You can apply to be registered as an anonymous voter if you’re worried about your personal safety, such as you’re escaping violence or you have a job that puts you at risk from other people.

You’ll need a current court order or injunction protecting you or someone in your household.

Your form will need to be signed by either:

  • a police officer of the rank of superintendent or above
  • the Director General of the Security Services or the Serious Organised Crime Agency.

Register as an anonymous elector (pdf, 1.8MB) (opens new window)

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