You’re having trouble sleeping, or the kids are being loud, or you’re struggling to breathe.
It’s probably not a good time to call for assistance.
There are a couple of things you should do if you think you might be in distress: ask for help.
It is your duty to ask for assistance if you’re in a bad mood, feel helpless or feel someone else is in need of help.
This is not the time to ask others for help; if you feel there’s something wrong with you, you should talk to your GP.
Call 911 If you feel someone is in distress, call 999.
The police are not equipped to deal with people who have lost their minds and can’t be helped.
When people call 911, they often say “Help me, I’m in trouble” or “I need help” to avoid giving the police an address.
They are often asking for help because they are confused or frightened.
They may also be asking for assistance because they believe they are being helped by the police.
When they ask for the police to respond, they are usually being honest about what they are feeling, and about the way the police are handling the situation.
It can take up to 24 hours to receive a response.
They will usually tell you what’s going on, and explain what is happening to them.
If they say they can’t help you, it means the police can’t find them.
It will usually say something like “you need help”.
Don’t get distracted.
Don’t talk, don’t do anything, don�t listen.
You can try to get back to sleep by saying, “I�m getting a little bit sleepy”, or “just let me rest a little longer”.
You can ask if the ambulance is coming or calling for help if you need help.
If you are unsure if someone is injured or has lost their mind, call the police, not the ambulance.
The law does not give the police any right to help people who are distressed.
When you are not in control of your emotions, you are more likely to try to help someone else.
This could result in you not being able to give proper medical advice.
You may not realise you are helping someone until someone tells you.
You need to be patient.
Do not go into a panic or make assumptions about someone�s state of mind.
Be patient and calm down.
If it is clear that you need to leave, get in your car and wait for help to arrive.
Don�t tell the police you need assistance.
Do call 999 and wait until the ambulance has arrived.
The Police will usually call the ambulance first.
If the police cannot get to you quickly, the police will call 999, and ask for you to leave.
This will be followed by a short telephone conversation with the police officer, who will ask for further information.
You must remain calm.
You will probably feel confused or overwhelmed, and some people may say things that could be misinterpreted as threatening.
When it comes to police handling of people who need help, you need a strong sense of self-confidence.
If someone has lost his or her mind, you may feel you are being attacked.
This may cause you to panic and act recklessly.
Do NOT attempt to help.
Never ask for someone�truly sorry or guilty. It doesn�t help you.
Be calm and respectful.
Keep in mind that you may not be able to help or be able help yourself.
If a police officer stops you for any reason, they will not be treated well.
Police officers will try to use every trick in the book to make you feel better, but they will never be able see what is going on in your mind.
If police officers use force or arrest you for something you did not do, you can report it to the police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
If an ambulance is needed, the ambulance company should have your details, and the ambulance will try and contact you in a reasonable time.
You should call them if they need to speak to someone or contact someone.
You have to report any incident, whether it’s a police incident, an ambulance call, or a person getting medical help.
You don� t need to tell anyone about the incident.
If anyone is injured, the law does allow you to report it as a police matter.
The Australian Federal Police will help you with this if you call them.
The emergency services can also assist you with the reporting of an incident, and will try their best to assist you in finding out who is responsible for what.
If people need assistance, they should call the nearest police station or hospital and ask what is the quickest way to get there.
If there is an ambulance, they may also try to arrange a taxi.
If your problem is not a police issue, you might have the right to refuse a call to the ambulance or police.
If that’s not possible, it is important that you inform your local police station as soon as