How to report crime, suspicious behaviour and emergencies

When you’re caught up in an emergency, disaster, crime or medical crisis, or you’ve seen something that doesn’t feel quite right, you can feel anxious and distressed. Being prepared, knowing which emergency service or authority you need to call and what to report can make all the difference.

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