If you have a problem with the way you’re being stopped by police, you may want to consider wearing a headscarf.
If you’re caught by the police without one, you can be arrested and fined.
Police can also use your headscarfs to identify you.
There are various laws around wearing a scarf, but not everyone is happy about it.
You can wear a headband at your own risk, and you should check with your local police.
The best way to ensure you’re wearing one is to ask for one before entering a shop.
The police can ask for your ID, and will usually tell you if you’re not.
If that happens, ask them why they stopped you, and whether it was for a reason other than the way your headdress looks.
If the answer is yes, ask if you can get a head scarf.
Some police officers will tell you they’re just going to ask you to remove your head scarf if you don’t.
You might not be able to ask the officer if it’s because they’re scared you’ll be arrested, but they will be happy to let you know.
This is important if you’ve got a big crowd and they’re afraid to see you.
It’s better to just leave your headband on.
Police officers can also ask if there are any other restrictions.
If so, ask the police if you’ll need to remove the scarf if it is taken off.
If not, the police will make you stand in front of the mirror for them to see.
If they ask you why you’re standing in front, tell them it’s so you can take your headcover off.
You’ll be allowed to remove it again if you want.
You may also be allowed a short break if you have to take it off again.
You’re still being stopped if you fail to comply.
If your headgear is removed, police officers can take it away and keep it, or you can ask them to put it back.
This can be a tricky thing to do because you may not know whether they are using the headscarves to identify people, or if they’re looking for a headcover for your head.
If it’s the former, it could be very difficult to explain why you want to keep your head covering.
They can also try to find a way to keep the head cover on, which might be quite hard.
This isn’t illegal, but it could make you feel uncomfortable.
If this happens, you could be arrested for being an illegal migrant.
If, however, it’s both the headband and the scarf, then you’ll have to comply with the law, or be released.
If there are other restrictions, like the wearing of a head cap, it may be possible to leave the police alone if you leave it on, but be aware that this could mean you’re breaking the law.
The right to freedom of expression If you feel the way the police are looking at you is discriminatory, or that you are being treated differently because of your religion, you have the right to be free of police surveillance.
If an officer stops you, it can be extremely upsetting for you.
If a police officer doesn’t seem like they’re doing their job, then it might be worth asking if you could just go away.
If officers tell you to get out of the way, that’s fine.
If their behaviour makes you feel scared, or upset, then leave the area.
If someone is threatening you, call the police.
They may be able get help if they feel you need to be separated.
If police try to detain you, they’re not required to leave until they can explain why they’re stopping you.
Police will usually give you a warning or some other warning, but don’t expect them to leave you alone.
If something does happen, call 999 and they can help you get help.
You should also tell your employer to be vigilant.
If anyone else has a similar experience, you should also contact them.
The law is unclear about whether wearing a hijab is an offence, so you should always check your local law.