Tubes - Harassment
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There are often help points on the platforms go to one of these and press the Help or Alarm button. If you cannot find one or are still unsafe then leave the station or phone the Police or friend for assistance. If the worst happens and you need immediate assistance shout Help Fire as you will get more attention and quicker.
If you have been harassed by anyone on a train, a station or in the vicinity of a station, you should contact the British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or report it to a BTP officer if there is one present at the station. If you feel threatened and in danger, you should call 999. The BTP will ask for details of the harassment and advise you on what to do next.
If you feel there is an issue at the station and it needs to be addressed then contact the Station Manager and if the issue is not resolved then raise the issue with TFL via resolver.
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