There is no one list of things that will deem behaviour at a sea port to be unusual or suspicious. As a general rule, if you think something is unusual or suspicious, then please report it. The sooner you report it, the earlier police can take action.
Examples of unusual or suspicious behaviour may be:
- Evidence of unauthorised activity at your airstrip e.g. fresh tyre marks
- Packages being transferred from an aircraft to a vehicle in unusual locations such as a remote part of an airfield
- Activity or sightings of aircraft at night or unused airstrips
- Strangers trying to hire your aircraft or those belonging to other club members
- Strangers using, or seeking permission to use, your airstrip
- Evidence of adaptation of aircraft for concealment purposes
If you notice anything unusual or suspicious:
- Never involve yourself
- Never touch any suspicious packages
- Make a note of any registration numbers, markings or descriptions
Remember: if you have any information or concerns regarding any of the above, or about your own port or any port you may visit, then please contact police as soon as possible.