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To pay your fixed penalty online you will need the notice number and offence code displayed on your fixed penalty notice. You will also need your debit or credit card details.
As a condition of entry into the United Kingdom, or as a condition to remain, certain foreign nationals are required to register with the police in whose area they are to reside within seven days of arrival.
When to call 999
You should always call 999 if:
- you or someone else is in immediate danger
- if the crime is in progress
- you need police help immediately.
This could include:
We take all calls seriously, but have to make decisions about how we respond to them based on the information we are given and the resources we have available.
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It’s important to know how to clear your browser history.
If you do not know what browser you are using, click on 'Help' on the toolbar at the top of the browser screen.
A drop down menu will appear, the last entry will say 'About Internet Explorer', 'About Mozilla Firefox', or something similar. You can now skip to the relevant advice section below.
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) refers to procedures that intentionally alter or cause injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons and it's illegal in the UK.
FGM, also known as female circumcision or cutting, is a form of child abuse.
Forced marriage is where one or both people do not (or in cases of people with learning disabilities, cannot) consent to the marriage and pressure or abuse is used. It is an appalling and indefensible practice and is recognised in the UK as a form of violence against women and men, domestic/child abuse and a serious abuse of human rights.