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London Bridge and Borough Market attack – assistance and support

June 4, 2017 | Nick Taylor

London Bridge and Borough Market attack – assistance and support

Following the London Bridge and Borough Market attack on Saturday 3rd June 2017, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is issuing the following guidance for those affected.

London Bridge – Borough Market – Urgent advice and assistance

Urgent assistance and information can be gained from @metpoliceuk

Metropolitan Police Casualty Bureau

0800 096 1233

020 7158 0197

If you are a foreign national in the UK

Foreign nationals in the UK affected by this incident may wish to contact their embassy, high commission or consulate, which may also be able to provide information or assistance.

Report anything suspicious to the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321 or online. In an emergency, call 999.

Support for London Bridge and Borough Market victims, survivors and those affected including witnesses

Physical injuries – The NHS has a range of facilities available and patients should go to the most appropriate facility for the injury.

Victim Support

Victim Support is currently operating the Support Line offering emotional and practical support for anyone affected by the attack.

The number is 08 08 168 91 11 and is free to call (open 24 hours).

Victim Support is a national independent charity that provides emotional and practical support for anyone affected by the attack: You may have been directly involved, witnessed it, or you feel impacted by the event. Support can be offered by phone, face to face or through information online.

www.victimsupport.org.uk

Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace – Survivors Assistance Network

The Foundation for Peace Survivors Assistance Network provides specialist support for all those in the UK affected by terrorist attacks at home or overseas, including witnesses and family members.

They provide tailored, personalised assistance plans for victims soon after a terrorist incident has occurred, help to address longer term support needs and support a sense of personal safety and well-being.

Victims will also be able to participate in supportive group activity and remembrance events to help them rebuild their lives. More information is available on their website www.survivorsassistancenetwork.org

The phone number is 01925 581240 or email SAN@foundation4peace.org

www.survivorsassistancenetwork.org

National Homicide Service

The National Homicide Service provides emotional, practical and specialist support to families bereaved by murder or manslaughter, including where this has occurred as an act of terrorism. This service is provided by Victim Support (see above). You can contact the National Homicide Service directly or be referred by a police family liaison officer, if appropriate.

NHS

The information on the NHS Choices website will outline possible symptoms and describe how to seek help. Please visit your GP who will be able to provide advice and refer you on to the appropriate local NHS mental health service for assessment and treatment. Children and young people may also access NHS help by visiting their GP, and schools may be able to provide support or refer them to local services.

#WeStandTogether

The Foundation is promoting a campaign called We Stand Together.  We must remain calm but, at the same time, take actions to prevent violent extremism, stop the hate, and build a safe society.  Use the hashtag #WeStandTogether in all your posts today and join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WeStandTogetherForPeace/

The advice in the event of further incidents:

RUN | HIDE | TELL

Run to a place of safety.  This is a better option than to surrender or negotiate.  If there’s nowhere to go, then…

Hide – Turn your phone to silent and turn off vibrate.  Barricade yourself in if you can.

Tell – the  Police by calling 999 when it is safe to do so.

Advice re:  London Bridge and Borough Market Attack Published 07:00 4th June 2017 by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace