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Reporting old explosives (mortars, bombs and shells)

Reporting old explosives (mortars, bombs and shells)

Dispatcher Files If you come across something that you think may be an explosive device (a bomb, shell, mortar or marine flare for example): Do not touch it Leave the item where it is – even if it looks old and rusty, as it may still contain explosives and is therefore potentially dangerous Call the 

Dispatcher Files

If you come across something that you think may be an explosive device (a bomb, shell, mortar or marine flare for example):

  • Do not touch it
  • Leave the item where it is – even if it looks old and rusty, as it may still contain explosives and is therefore potentially dangerous
  • Call the  Police on 10111 or activate your AAA Response App and provide clear information about the location of the suspect item


Describing the item and its location to the police

If you don’t know the exact address, provide the police with details of local landmarks. It would also be helpful if you could provide a description of the item, including any markings that may be on it. The police will make contact with the Explosives Ordnance Disposal Officer (bomb disposal officer) who will be able to take the necessary action.

ERPC Dispatcher: Michael (SA37)
TrackBox ERPC National & International
08616-TRACK
08616-87225
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*Dispatcher files are reports detailing the experience of the dispatcher as they deal with emergencies and so are recorded after the fact.

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