Turkey added a new emergency call number to its hotline list, "Alo 140", the country's state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Saturday.
The new line will let the public report any activity that they suspect of being terror related.
Authorities had previously announced that rewards would be given to those who help a crackdown on prominent terrorist members in Turkey.
Within this ruling, which was published on August 31 on the official gazette, those who give clues about the identity or the location of a "terrorist"; a plot by terrorist groups or locations of ammunition will be awarded up to 200,000 Turkish lira ($66,000).
But the award will be increased to four million Turkish lira if the suspect is the leader of a "terrorist organization" or the exposed crime is serious enough to cause 'unrest'. The terrorist organizations list includes the PKK, ISIS, DHKP-C, TKPML and other groups affiliated with the main terrorist organizations.
Accordingly, for this regulation to be executed more effectively, authorities have ordered a new emergency call number ('Terror denouncement line') to be added to the hotline list.
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