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I am very sorry to hear of your situation. Blackmail or threatening to do so is a crime in England and Wales and therefore you can report to the police. If the police will not act immediately because they do not deem you under serious threat or to be in danger you can still apply fit injunction against the person if their conduct is causing you alarm and to fear for your own security and safety.
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You are welcome. You complete form 16A together with application notice form N244 and your sworn with statement of truth statement detailing your situation. You will file these with your local county court. If you can’t afford the court fees you should file form EX160 for fee waiver at the same time. Because it’s urgent you should request that it is heard urgently and without a hearing. If the person blackmailing you is a partner or spouse or family you can apply for non-molestation order which is free and quicker.