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This page contains advice to ensure your stay in Devon & Cornwall is safe and enjoyable. It will help you avoid some of the common problems international visiting students may encounter.
Laws in England may be different from those in your home country. Here are a few English laws that we would like you to take the time to read:
Devon & Cornwall is one of the safest places to visit in the country, but it's worth reading the following tips on local customs and how to stay safe when you're going out.
If you are assaulted, followed or threatened, go to a shop, a police station or any public building and ask for help. Ask somebody to contact the police for you. Do not worry about language difficulties, we will find someone who speaks your language free of charge. If anything happens to you, do not keep it to yourself, tell your tutor, your host family or someone you can trust.
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Don't block paths
Be polite, join the queue
Don't drop litter
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Devon & Cornwall Police
Police Headquarters, Middlemoor,
Tel: Textphone 18001 101.
Tel: Emergency 999
Emergency SMS / text: 999 only for deaf, hard of hearing and the speech impaired
Email: general enquiries
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Devon & Cornwall Police, Police Headquarters, Middlemoor, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7HQ
Non-emergency number 101 for Devon & Cornwall Constabulary or Textphone 18001 101
Emergency number 999 or Text 80999 for deaf, hard of hearing and the speech impaired
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