Havering residents urged to help police in fight against terrorism
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Havering residents are being urged to trust their instincts to help police in the fight against terrorism.
Called “It’s probably nothing, but”, the police force is encouraging people to report anything that they think could be terrorist related.
Stuart Osborne, deputy assistant commissioner and senior national co-ordinator counter terrorism said: “Please help us to create a difficult environment for the terrorists.
“Your call really could save lives.
“Terrorists live among us while they are planning their attacks so we need the help of all our communities to pass on anything suspicious.”
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The five week campaign will see leaflets being distributed to 1.4 million households in London.
Residents who see or hear anything suspicious that they think could be related to terrorism should call the anti terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321
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