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Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement provides help and support to Aboriginal people who are arrested and detained in police custody for civil and criminal law, matters relating to child protection, early intervention and prevention programs, and for Aboriginal Youth restorative Justice and Advocacy in APY Lands. See our website links for further information.: EntryProcedures Assistance is given only to people of Aboriginal descent and their dependents. There is now a means test, but no waiting list. Clients make contact by telephoning or attending one of ALRM's offices, where a field officer takes instructions and if necessary refers the matter to an ALRM solicitor.: WaitingListDetails Field Officers are your first point of contact with ALRM. If you ever get picked up by the police, call us as soon as possible. You can contact a Field Officer 24 hours a day, seven days a week at our toll free number 1800 643 222. If immediate information on a person's rights or legal position is required, a Field Officer or Solicitor will usually give the information over the phone or from one of our offices. If a matter is more complicated, then an appointment is made to see a solicitor.