When do you need to call the Irish police?
You’re not the only one who thinks it’s best to call police when you’ve been robbed.
You’re also not the first.
The Irish Times’ own article last year highlighted how people in Ireland and the UK have been robbed more than 30,000 times.
In a survey conducted by the British Crime Survey in 2014, the British public were asked how often they’d been robbed in the past year.
One in six people said they’d taken a hit.
That’s up from about one in five who’d said the same in the last 12 months.
And what does that mean?
According to the survey, nearly four in five of those who said they’ve been mugged in the UK in the 12 months prior to the poll said they were the victim of a hit on the head or neck.
And another 28 per cent said they had been robbed by a member of the public.
For the first time in a while, the Irish are feeling more vulnerable.
The Irish have had a year to prepare for this.
And the last time it happened, it was not a random incident.
This is not a situation we are seeing in the rest of the world, it is not the norm.
It’s time we recognise the seriousness of the crime and start to address it.
The problem is that people in our communities are not doing the right thing.
It’s a crime.
It’s a serious crime.
But we’re not talking about a random attack, or a mugging.
People are afraid to report the crime.
The majority of people don’t know what to do if they have a robbery, let alone a hit, a hit with a knife or a knife wound.
This is why people need to step up to the plate.
They need to report it to the police, and if they do, they need to be arrested and charged.
A good way to start is to call 999 and then go to your nearest police station.
You can also call the police if you’re in a car, but don’t do it alone.
There are two ways to call an emergency service.
Call 999 if: You’re in danger.
You need help.
If you don’t need help, don’t go out alone.
It can be hard to tell how serious your situation is, especially if you haven’t been robbed or threatened.
If you’re unsure, you should call the Samaritans on 116 123.
They can also offer support if you can’t reach them online.