Threats

Leave the situation if possible – run to safety if you find yourself in a threatening situation.

Write down as much factual information as possible and report any threats you receive.

A large man threatening a girl. Foto: Skjalg Bøhmer Vold/Sikresiden
A large man threatening a girl. Foto: Skjalg Bøhmer Vold/Sikresiden
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Threats

Leave the situation if possible – run to safety if you find yourself in a threatening situation.

Write down as much factual information as possible and report any threats you receive.

A large man threatening a girl. Foto: Skjalg Bøhmer Vold/Sikresiden
Icon representing threats – A bubble including an angry  face

Threats

If someone has a threatening behaviour

  • Act calmly and speak clearly
  • Adopt a relaxed body stance and keep your hands visible
  • Do not be dominating or defensive
  • If possible, walk away from the situation
  • Ask for help

If you receive a threat via digital media

  • Take a screenshot
  • Document factual information about the threat
  • Notify your place of study or work
  • Report the matter to the police

If you receive a threat by phone

  • Respond in a calm and friendly manner
  • Maintain the connection – do not hang up
  • Write down what the threat is about
  • Write down anything that could identify the person making the threat

Threats and threatening situations shall

  • be reported to a security guard
  • be reported to your place of study or work, which will help you report it to the police
  • be reported as an undesirable incident (deviation)
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