In February 2024, together with Amnesty International Slovakia and the European Roma Rights Centre, we called on the Slovak Minister of the Interior to push for measures to improve the investigation of cases of police violence against Roma and their overall prevention. In our opinion, the investigation of police violence by the police inspection has long had serious shortcomings, which has been confirmed in recent years by the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in cases brought by us – for example, in the case of two affected Roma from Moldava nad Bodvou who were represented by us. The current situation calls for a strong response from the Minister for the Interior.