Information, support and advice for anyone affected
by gun and gang crime in Merseyside

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REPORT GUN CRIME
ANONYMOUSLY

Visit: www.crimestoppers-uk.org

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REPORTING GUN CRIME:

We know that some local people have information about criminals involved in gun crime. We also understand that people may be frightened about coming forward and telling someone what they know. However, without this help it's hard for the police or partners to take action, meaning crimes will continue being committed, risking the safety and potentially, lives of innocent people.

If you know anything, whether it is about a specific incident or about gun crime in general, please report it.

However you choose to report what you know, your information will help to disrupt criminal activity and get guns and drugs off the city's streets.

POLICE:

If you know anything about guns, including who is using them or where they are being stored call police on 101.

In an emergency always dial 999.

CRIMESTOPPERS:

If you know something but don't want to give your name, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org

Crimestoppers is a charity, independent of the police. They are interested in what you know, not who you are, so you won't have to give your name, give a statement to the police, or go to court.

Young people can report online by visiting www.fearless.org

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