INTERNATIONAL MARITIME BUREAUMARITIME SECURITY HOTLINE
The ICC - International Maritime Bureau (IMB) was established in 1981 to act as a focal point in the fight against all types of maritime fraud, malpractice and piracy. The United Nations (UN) International Maritime Organization (IMO) in its resolution A 504 (XII) (9) adopted on 20 November 1981, has among other things urged all governments, interests and organizations to exchange information and provide appropriate cooperation with the IMB. The IMB also has an observer status with the International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO – INTERPOL) and a MOU with World Customs Organization (WCO).
THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME BUREAU – piracy reporting centre has launched a dedicated hotline for seafarers, port workers, shipping agents, shipyard personnel, brokers, stevedores and all concerned parties to report any information that they may have seen / heard / known etc relating to maritime crime and security including terrorism, piracy and other illegal activities.
All information received will be treated in strict confidence and will be passed on to relevant authorities for further action.
Maritime crime and security concerns us all and with your help, we can try to minimise the risks and help save lives and property.
The maritime security hotline can be contacted 24 hours a day, every day at:- EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org TELEPHONE: +603 2031 0014 FAX: +603 2078 5769 TELEX: MA 34199 IMBPCI
REMEMBER: YOUR INFORMATION MAY SAVE LIVES.ALL INFORMATION WILL BE TREATED IN STRICT CONFIDENCE