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A British Sign language (BSL) user can connect to a BSL interpreter via video calling system SignVideo.
The interpreter will relay what you say to the police and vice versa.
This service is to report non-urgent incidents or crimes, or to ask the police for advice and information. It's not for emergencies.
The SignVideo service is free to users requiring the help of the City of London Police, but mobile operators may charge for the data used on their network.
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