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Live near an airport or airfield?


Do you fly aircraft, work in aviation or live near an airfield?

Seen anything unusual?

If so, Project Pegasus needs your help.
 
Project Pegasus is a national project aimed at reducing the threat from organised crime and terrorism involving aircraft.

There are tens of thousands of light aircraft, helicopters and microlights in the UK, and a lot of airfields – not just large commercial airports, but also private aerodromes, small club strips and farmers’ fields.

We can’t watch every plane and every airstrip 24-hours a day. So we need your help.

There's no recipe for terrorist, criminal, or suspicious activity: if it looks odd to you, report it and we’ll check it out.

What to look out for

Your role….

If you see any activity or behaviour that you think is suspicious around an airfield, report it, quoting PEGASUS:
  • For all non-urgent crime call 101.
  • In an emergency or if life is in danger, call 999.
  • Alternatively call Kent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you want to remain anonymous.
  • Record as much detail as possible, this can be done in a few simple steps using the Country Eye app, which is available to download for free at www.countryeye.co.uk



View gov.uk/ACT for further information and advice. 'Make Nothing Happen'.
 
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