Baghlan, February 2013. A new Helpline “Call 100” for community outreach was introduced in a ceremony at the police headquarter of Baghlan Province. The Helpline is a big step forward and established by EUPOL as a support to Police-e Mardume (Community Policing) process. Crimes, corruption cases, other violations of law and fire emergency can be reported. Citizens of Baghlan call 100 and a police officer will answer the call 24/7, giving assistance and help for the people living or travelling across the province. EUPOL Field Office Pol-e Khumri supported the project by delivering training courses to the police officers working in the Helpline unit. The Hungarian Provincial Reconstruction Team also supported the Helpline, financing the procurement of ten thousand pieces of pens, which advertise the new emergency number.