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What is a police crime reference???

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Could someone help me, I was informed on friday that my telecoms company have a fraud investigation and have a crime reference number, What does this actually mean.

 

Should I expect a visit from the police anytime.

 

I am quite worried why they have do this when i've not done anything.

 

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What it means is that an alleged crime has been reported to the police - who have officially recorded it as a crime report and have allocated a reference number to it.

You should get the crime reference number and then ask the police about it.

Also, you could send an SAR to the Telecoms co for details - although they may try to withhold the information on the basis that there is an investigation underway


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What it means is that an alleged crime has been reported to the police - who have officially recorded it as a crime report and have allocated a reference number to it.

You should get the crime reference number and then ask the police about it.

Also, you could send an SAR to the Telecoms co for details - although they may try to withhold the information on the basis that there is an investigation underway

 

I see, So what will the police do, will they come and question or arrest me.

 

this has never happend tome and im quite affraid cause im not sure whats going on.

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We can't answer your question. Should contact the police and ask them what it is all about.


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