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For more information about counter terrorism and how to stay safe visit the NPCC Website.

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Run Hide Tell - What to do in a firearms or weapons attack

Stay Safe: Firearms & Weapons Attack

Run, Hide, Tell: Firearms & Weapons Attack

Run Hide Tell Emoji

Emoji: Run, Hide, Tell

To help everyone remember the Run Hide, Tell advice we have created an emoji to remind you what to do during a weapons attack.

You will see this emoji throughout the campaign.

It's as simple as 1, 2, 3:

Advice For Parents

We appreciate that talking to young people about terrorism can be scary, for parents and children alike. But the atrocities in London and Manchester have sadly resulted in some of the youngest victims of terror this country has ever seen, and if we are able to teach children to act in a way which could potentially save their lives then it is our responsibility to do so.

We have worked closely with the NSPCC to develop practical advice to support talking sensitively to your child about terrorism.

Simple advice to keep you safe: RUN, HIDE, TELL

Staying Safe On Holiday

Remember in an emergency, if you need urgent police assistance you should always dial 999.