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You can call the police by dialing 158. Or you may contact the crisis line «Linka bezpečí» (116111) or centers working with children (Centrum Locika (Centrum Locika).
Yes, the police are obliged to provide assistance regardless of age.
Minors need to be represented by adults.
Tell them who you are, where you are, what exactly happened to you, and when.
It depends on the current capacities and geographic position of the closest unit, there is no official time limit. In general, the average time limit should be minutes or tens of minutes. You should be informed on the phone line how long would it take the police to arrive.
The police are obliged to come. If necessary, call 158 again.
Tell them, who you are, what and how it happened. The police will also ask you other necessary questions – just follow their instructions. Do not hesitate to ask any questions if something is not clear to you.
Usually, article 198 of the Criminal Code is provided, which provides punishment for violence against children.
Yes, medical staff are obliged to provide medical help regardless of age.
You can call 155 for an ambulance. Nevertheless, if you do not have insurance, it is not free.
Try to explain the situation as clearly and in detail as possible, and tell what injuries you received and what pain you have in your body. Do not hesitate to ask the medical staff if you have any questions.
It depends on the specific case, it is better to clarify this with the organization.
Linka bezpečí — 116111
Centrum Locika (https://www.centrumlocika.cz/)
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