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Memo on the prevention of acts of terrorism




Be observant!  Only you are able to timely detect objects and people, strangers in your entrance, yard, street.

Be carefull!  Pay attention to the behavior of others, the presence of ownerless and inappropriate objects.

Keep it safe  own house: install an iron door with an intercom in the entrance, check the closure of basements, attics and technical rooms daily.

Don't pretend you don't notice  in case of dangerous behavior of fellow travelers in transport! You have every right to be safe in transport.

Never  do not accept for storage or for transfer to another person items, even the safest ones.

Suspicious Item Detection  in a deserted place should not weaken your caution. The attacker could simply leave him, frightened of something.

Even if you have personal experience with explosives, do not try to touch them. Homemade fuses are hypersensitive and sophisticatedly ingenious.

Do not approach, and even more so, do not touch a suspicious object, it can cost you your life.

Teach  safety measures for their children: do not talk on the street, do not get into cars and do not open the door to strangers, do not pick up abandoned toys, do not touch finds, etc.


Memo to the population when suspicious persons are detected

Signs indicating the planning or preparation of an act of terrorism:

1) repeated appearance of suspicious persons in the surroundings of the building where you work (frequently visit), or in the courtyard of the house,  photo and video shooting, as well as notes in a notebook;

2) attempts to avoid meeting with law enforcement officers and evade security cameras  (lowered his head, turned away, covered his face);

3) penetration into the basements and attics of buildings by persons who are not related to their maintenance;

4) unreasonable entry of strangers into contact with security guards and maintenance personnel of administrative and residential buildings, asking them for information about the mode of operation, security measures, etc.;

5) search by outsiders for people who are ready to perform insignificant work for a solid remuneration  (package transfer, convolution, parcels).

If suspicious persons are detected, the following actions must be taken:

1) Do not make independent attempts to arrest;

2) Immediately report them to law enforcement agencies;

3) Without attracting attention, fix the number of persons, the exact signs of appearance, clothing and items they have, brands and numbers of cars used, direction of movement.


Memo to the population in case of detection of suspicious objects

Be aware that the appearance of an item can hide its true purpose. Ordinary household items are used as camouflage for explosive devices: bags, packages, bundles, boxes, toys, etc.

Signs indicating the explosiveness of the discovered object:

1) the presence of an unknown package or some object near the car, on the stairs, in the apartment, etc.;

2) someone else's bag, briefcase, box, any object; unusual placement of the discovered object near the car, the door of the apartment, in the entrance;

3) stretched wire, cord, wires visible from the outside of objects, power sources or insulating tape;

4) noises from a detected suspicious object (characteristic sound, clockwork, low-frequency noises).

If you find a suspicious item, do not leave this fact unattended:

one)     in public transport:

- Interview people nearby and try to establish the ownership of the item (bag, etc.) or who could have left it;

- if the owner is not identified, immediately report the find to the driver or conductor.

2)     at the entrance of your house:

- Interrogate the neighbors, perhaps the item belongs to them. If the owner is not identified, immediately report the find to law enforcement agencies (tel. 102, 112).

3)outdoor, park, etc.:

- look around, if possible, try to establish the owner. If it is not established, immediately report the find to law enforcement agencies (tel. 102, 112);

- try to protect or at a remote distance to prevent strangers from approaching the object. Upon arrival of law enforcement officers, pass information about the time the item was found.

4) in an institution, organization:

- immediately report the find to the security officer or the administration of the facility.

Do not take independent actions with finds or suspicious objects that may turn out to be explosive devices - this can lead to their explosion, numerous casualties, and destruction.

It is strictly forbidden:

- open, move, lift, carry an object, pick up;

- put an object in pockets, a briefcase, a bag, etc.;

- bury them in the ground or throw them into water bodies;

- break or pull the wire or wires extending from the objects, make attempts to neutralize them;

- use discovered unfamiliar objects;

- use in the immediate vicinity of the object radio and electrical equipment, cell phones.


A reminder to the population who found themselves in the explosion zone or under the rubble of building structures as a result of the operation of an explosive device 

If you are in the explosion zone, remain conscious and able to move, then first of all, you should move to where there is no smoke and fire.

If you were not injured in the explosion, and there are victims nearby, assess their condition: is there a pulse, is the person conscious. In no case do not try to bring him to his senses with ammonia. Loss of consciousness is a protective reaction of the body to external influences. Carefully feel his bones, if the victim does not have  fractures, lay it on its side. In the position on the back, he can choke on vomit, on the stomach - suffocate. In case of arterial bleeding (scarlet blood, gushing out), the wound should be plugged as soon as possible with at least a finger, and then bandaged with a belt, rope, belt, the place above the wound.

If you are under the rubble of a building  try to calm down. Breathe deeply and evenly. Tune in to the fact that the rescuers will save you. Get people's attention with your voice and knocking. If you are deep under the rubble of a building, move any metal object (ring, keys, etc.) left or right to find you with an echo direction finder.

Do not light a fire in an enclosed space. Save oxygen.

Move carefully, trying not to cause a new collapse, be guided by the movement of air coming from outside. If you have the opportunity, with the help of improvised items (boards, bricks, etc.), strengthen the ceiling from collapse and wait for help. If you are very thirsty, put a small stone in your mouth and suck it while breathing through your nose.


Memo to the population on actions in case of hostage-taking 

Each specific case of hostage-taking is unique and different from others.

However,  if you are held hostage:

1) pull yourself together as soon as possible, calm down and do not panic;

2) if you are tied up or have your eyes closed, try to relax, breathe deeply;

3) prepare physically, mentally and emotionally for a possible ordeal. At the same time, remember that most cases of capturing people, hostages remained alive. Be sure that the special and law enforcement agencies are already taking professional measures for your release;

4) do not try to run if there is no complete confidence in the success of the escape;

5) memorize as much information about the terrorists as possible. It is advisable to establish their number, the degree of armament, to make the most complete verbal portrait, paying attention to the characteristic features of appearance, physique, accent and conversation topics, temperament, behavior, etc. Detailed information will later help in identifying terrorists;

6) by various signs, try to determine the place of your location (imprisonment);

7) if possible, stay away from windows, doors and the thieves themselves, i.e. in places of greater security in the event that active measures are taken to free you (assault on the premises, sniper fire to kill criminals, etc.);

8) in the event of an assault on a building, it is recommended to lie face down on the floor with your hands folded behind your head;

9) do not be indignant if, during the assault and capture, you may at first (before establishing your identity) act somewhat incorrectly, as with a likely criminal. You may be searched, handcuffed, tied up, emotionally or physically hurt, interrogated. Be sympathetic to the fact that in such situations, such actions of the stormers (until the final identification of all persons and the identification of true criminals) are justified.

Relationship with kidnappers:

1) do not offer aggressive resistance, do not make sudden and threatening movements, do not provoke terrorists to rash actions;

2) if possible, avoid direct eye contact with the abductors;

3) from the very beginning (especially the first half hour), follow all the orders and orders of the kidnappers;

4) take a position of passive cooperation. Speak in a calm voice. Avoid expressions of contempt, provoking hostile tone and behavior that may anger invaders;

5) behave calmly, while maintaining self-esteem. Do not express categorical refusals, but do not be afraid to make calm requests for what you urgently need;

6) if you have health problems that can manifest themselves in a situation of severe stress, declare this in a calm manner to the people who captured you. Gradually, taking into account the current situation, you can increase the level of requests related to improving your comfort.

If you are held hostage for a long time:

1) Do not allow feelings of pity, confusion and confusion to arise. Mentally prepare yourself for future challenges. Keep mentally active;

2) avoid the feeling of despair, use the internal resources of self-persuasion for this;

3) think and remember pleasant things. Remember that the chances of being released increase over time. Rest assured that every effort is now being made to ensure your speedy release;

4) constantly find something to do (exercise, reading, life memories, etc.). Set a daily schedule of physical and intellectual activity, do things in a strict methodical order;

5) to maintain strength, eat everything that is given, even if the food does not like and does not cause appetite. Realize that loss of appetite and weight are normal in such an extreme situation.

Maintaining mental stability  - one of the most important conditions for rescuing a hostage. Here, any tricks and methods are good, distracting from unpleasant sensations and experiences, allowing you to maintain clarity of thought, an adequate assessment of the situation. It is useful to learn the following rules:

1) do physical exercises available under these conditions, at least, strain and relax all the muscles of the body in turn;

2) it is very useful in all respects to practice auto-training and meditation, they will help keep your psyche under control;

3) remember to yourself the books, poems, songs you read, consistently think over various abstract problems (solve mathematical problems, remember foreign words, etc.). Your mind must work;

4) if possible, read everything that is at hand, even if the text is completely uninteresting to you. You can also write, despite the fact that what is written will be selected. The process itself is important, helping to maintain sanity;

5) try to treat what is happening to you as if from the outside, without taking what happened to heart, until the end hope for a successful outcome. Fear, depression and apathy are your three main enemies, all of them are inside you.


Memo on the actions of the population when receiving information about the evacuation

If the information about the beginning of the evacuation found you at home:

1) dress for the weather, take documents, money, valuables;

2) turn off electricity, gas, water, put out the fire in the stove (fireplace);

3) assist in the evacuation of the elderly and seriously ill people;

4) lock the front door;

5) move away from the building and follow the commands of the evacuator, return to the abandoned premises only after the permission of the responsible persons.

If information about the evacuation found you at the workplace:

1) without haste and panic, put the working papers in a safe or lockable desk drawer;

2) take personal belongings, documents, valuables with you;

3) turn off office equipment, electrical appliances, lights;

4) close the door with a key and move along the routes indicated in the evacuation schemes;

5) move away from the building and follow the commands of the head of the evacuation.

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