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What about the emergency services?

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In an emergency dial 999 or 112
You will be asked.
Which service do you require?
Please respond
FIRE AMBULANCE  POLICE  or COASTGUARD

You will then be asked to give:
Your name, and address location of the emergency & what the emergency is
Call 999 or 112 if someone is injured or there is a danger to life

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is totally committed to meeting the needs and expectations of all victims of crime in a fair and professional manner. The police will respond to all reports of criminal activity and ensure they are thoroughly investigated. The police will also respond to all reported Racial Incidents and have a minority Liaison Officer available to assist you. If you need Police assistance you can call into or telephone you local Police station in Portadown, Lurgan or Brownlow.

Banbridge Police Station  
14 Castlewellan Road                    
Banbridge  BT32 4A 
Tel 028 4066 2222       

Lurgan Police Station
62 Church St Lurgan
BT66 6HD
Tel.  028 3832 5144

Portadown Police Station
17-19 Edward St
Portadown
Tel 028 38332424

The PSNI Minority Liaison Officer can be contacted  at Tel 0283833 2424

Confidential telephone 0800 669 999

www.psni.police.uk

At the Police Station you will have access to a telephone Interpreting Service or an interpreter if required.