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… pose. For more information, click here. Police and other emergency services in the UK frequently deal with incidents … local police force by dialling 101.  Remember that in any emergency, always dial 999.  The ProtectUK Team would like …

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… The Government Emergency Alert system will be tested this weekend. This is … have been developing a new public contact capability called Emergency Alerts. This is a warning and informing tool in … may get alerts about: severe flooding fires extreme weather Emergency alerts will only be sent by: the emergency

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… by reporting to police in confidence at gov.uk/ACT . In an emergency, always dial 999. “We’re grateful for the support …

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… clearly display their ID badges and be briefed Review your Emergency Assembly Point Review and communicate any emergency/evacuation procedures to staff and ensure all …

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