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Threatening to injure someone is a crime. If you see that someone's wellbeing has been threatened, you should make a report to the police. Before calling, try to collect as much information as possible: Who made the threat? At what time? What's the web address where it can be seen?
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Is someone harassing you, picking on you, or making fun of you? You don't have to take it! The best thing you can do is just block them so that they can no longer view your profile or communicate with you. But remember, if someone makes a serious threat to hurt you or someone else, you should make a report to your local police.
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Please provide as much detail as possible.
When contacting the police to make a report, it's very important to be prepared to provide as much information as possible:
- Exactly what happened?
- What time did it happen?
- Who did it?
- Where do they live?
- What's the web address where the illegal activity can be seen?