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Thursday, 4 May 2017

Tackling Terrorism - How You Can Help

Terrorists have to live somewhere. They store their equipment and materials somewhere. They need vehicles. They have people who help them - and these people might come and go at strange times of the day and night. They may make unusual financial transactions or use false documents to hide their real identities. They may be behaving differently to how you've known them to behave in the past.

ANTI-TERRORIST HOTLINE

If you think that you may have seen something suspicious or you are unsure about somebody’s activities or behaviour, however insignificant it may seem at the time, call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321.

Calls are taken in confidence by specialist officers who will analyse your information. They’ll decide if and how to follow it up. Your call could be vital to us, however uncertain you may be about making it.

Don't rely on others to make the call - we would rather you call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline than do nothing and hope the problem will go away.

Call 999 if there is an immediate threat to life.

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