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The likelihood that an individual, such as yourself, will be caught up in a terrorist attack is very low, but the consequences could be very serious. For that reason, it is important that you are prepared.
Terrorist attacks, directed at and affecting the public, have been carried out in Sweden as well as in the world around us. The likelihood that an individual, such as yourself, will be caught up in a terrorist attack is very low, but the consequences could be very serious.
The risk of you being subjected to a terrorist attack is small, but by being prepared, you increase your chances of surviving if an attack should occur. In order to jointly reduce the consequences of an attack, the Swedish Police would like to offer the following advice and recommendations:
Leave the location, if possible. You and other members of the public are a target. Make a habit of locating emergency exits etc.
If you can't leave the location, find a place you deem to be safe and which provides protection. Pay attention to what you see and hear. Silence your phone and don't make any unnecessary calls to people who may be present in the danger zone.
It is the task of the police to disrupt an ongoing attack. Call 112 as soon as practically possible. The police need to know: the location, what happened, how many suspects did you see, what weapons did they use, what do they look like and where did you last see them?
Follow the instructions of the police. When the police arrive on the scene, make sure you can't be mistaken for a suspect. Don't hold anything in your hands that could be mistaken for a weapon.
Watch the video to learn what to think about if you are subjected to a terrorist attack.
This is how you ought to act in the event of a terrorist attack:Web education (MSB)
Charles CederqvistSafety officer+46 90 786 65 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacob ErikssonSecurity coordinator+46 90 786 71 email@example.com
Karin SjöbergSecurity coordinator+46 90 786 97 firstname.lastname@example.org
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