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If you’ve seen or heard something that could suggest a terrorist threat to the UK, even if it seems minor or not worth mentioning, trust your instincts and ACT (Action Counters Terrorism) by reporting it. Any piece of information could be important, it's better to be safe and report. Your information could save a life.

Is it an emergency?

If you suspect an immediate danger, please move away and call 999 now.

How can I report?

Reporting is quick and easy.

  • You can report in confidence online via our secure form: www.gov.uk/ACT. The MET Police also host an online reporting tool on behalf of all UK police forces, click here to make a report.
  • Alternatively, you can call the Anti-Terrorism Hotline confidentially on 0800 789 321. All reports are kept confidential and you can report anonymously.

In an emergency always call 999.

How do I report online terrorist or extremist content?

If you’ve come across a website or online content (including emails, forums or social media) that you feel is of a violent extremist or terrorist nature, please report it using the UK government’s quick and anonymous online tool.

Specialist officers will assess your information and, where appropriate, investigate the website and work with partners to remove it.

Of course, if you suspect an immediate danger please call 999 now.

FAQs

Can anyone find out that I contacted the police?

Not if you don’t want them to. We treat all of the information that you provide in the strictest of confidence. If we do need to get in touch for any reason we will be extremely discreet.

Can I remain anonymous?

We ask everyone providing information to also give their name and contact details, but this is your decision. By providing your contact details this will help us verify the authenticity of the information and support you as quickly as possible if we need to.

If you’d prefer to give information anonymously, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

What if the information I give is wrong?

That’s OK. If you have a genuine concern about something you’ve seen or heard, we’d much rather you tell us than keep it to yourself. That way, our specially trained officers can look into it. If it turns out to be nothing, that’s good news.

 

 

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