Africa


Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Algeria.svg.png Algeria
17
14
14
National Gendarmerie : 1055; Counter Terrorist Unit : 1548; support for children : 3033.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Chad.svg.png Chad
17

18

external image 22px-Flag_of_Djibouti.svg.png Djibouti
17

18

external image 22px-Flag_of_Egypt.svg.png Egypt
122
123
180
Tourist Police – 126; Traffic Police – 128; Electricity Emergency – 121; Natural Gas Supply Emergency – 129.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Ghana.svg.png Ghana
191
193
192
999 for any of the 3 services.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Mali.svg.png Mali
17
15
18

external image 22px-Flag_of_Mauritius.svg.png Mauritius
999
114
115

external image 22px-Flag_of_Morocco.svg.png Morocco
City 19
Country 177
15
15

external image 22px-Flag_of_Nigeria.svg.png Nigeria
199
199 for any of the 3 services.
external image 22px-Flag_of_South_Africa.svg.png South Africa
10111
10177
10111
112 from mobile phones (soon also from fixed line phones).
external image 22px-Flag_of_Tunisia.svg.png Tunisia
197
190
198
National guard – 193.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Rwanda.svg.png Rwanda
112



external image 22px-Flag_of_Uganda.svg.png Uganda
999



external image 22px-Flag_of_Sudan.svg.png Sudan
999
Traffic Police 777777
external image 22px-Flag_of_Sierra_Leone.svg.png Sierra Leone
019
999


external image 22px-Flag_of_Zambia.svg.png Zambia
999
991
993
112 from mobile phones (see www.zambiatourism.com/travel/listings/emergency.htm).
external image 22px-Flag_of_Zimbabwe.svg.png Zimbabwe
995
994
993
999 for any of the 3 services. 112 from mobile phones

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Asia


Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Afghanistan.svg.png Afghanistan
119
102
119
Rewards for Justice 010-8600-070
external image 22px-Flag_of_Bangladesh.svg.png Bangladesh
999


For the cities of Dhaka and Chittagong only (Dhaka Metropolitan Police – "999" and Chittagong Metropolitan Police-"999")
external image 22px-Flag_of_Bahrain.svg.png Bahrain
999

external image 22px-Flag_of_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China.svg.png China
Patrol: 110
Traffic: 122
120
119
Traffic accident – 122.
999 for private ambulance service in Beijing, along with government owned ambulance service 120.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Myanmar.svg.png Myanmar
199

external image 22px-Flag_of_Hong_Kong.svg.png Hong Kong
999
992 (fax on fixed line; SMS on mobile phones – latter being only available to subscribers with disabilities); 112 from mobile phones (routes to any network service) but redirected to the 999call centre.
external image 22px-Flag_of_India.svg.png India
100 or 2611
102,1298,108,112,2611
101 or 2611
Chennai Traffic Police – 103. Delhi Traffic Police – 1095. Kolkata Traffic Police – 1073.
112. Bangalore uses both 108 and 100. There is no national emergency number, but 108 is used in many states.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Indonesia.svg.png Indonesia
110
118/119
113
Search and rescue team – 115; Natural disaster – 129; Electricity – 123; Mobile phone and satellite phone emergency number – 112.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Iran.svg.png Iran
110
115
125
110 also serves as general relay. 112 also works for all emergencies from mobile phones.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Israel.svg.png Israel
100
101
102
112 also works for all emergencies from mobile phones.
103 IEC.
106 For municipal hazards which are not emergencies, works in any municipality.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Japan.svg.png Japan
110
119
Emergency at sea – 118.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Jordan.svg.png Jordan
911 OR 112
From Land-line and Mobile will call Command and Control Center "CCC" – 911.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Kazakhstan.svg.png Kazakhstan
112
Police – 102; Ambulance – 103; Fire – 101; Gas leaks 104.
external image 22px-Flag_of_South_Korea.svg.png South Korea
112
119
National security hotline – 111; Reporting spies – 113; Reporting a child, mentally handicapped, or elderly person wandering – 182(missing child report hotline); 114 connects to the phone service provider.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Kuwait.svg.png Kuwait
112
Used to be 777
external image 22px-Flag_of_Lebanon.svg.png Lebanon
112/999
140
175

external image 22px-Flag_of_Macau.svg.png Macau
999

external image 22px-Flag_of_Maldives.svg.png Maldives
102
Civil defence – 118; Police service – 119 can be dialed from mobile phones.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Malaysia.svg.png Malaysia
999
The worldwide emergency number for GSM mobile phones, 112are redirected to the 999 call centre.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Mongolia.svg.png Mongolia
102
103
101
100
external image 16px-Flag_of_Nepal.svg.png Nepal
100/103
102
101
112 from any GSM handset will forward to the local emergency number.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Oman.svg.png Oman
9999

external image 22px-Flag_of_Pakistan.svg.png Pakistan
15
Traffic:1915
115/1122
16
15/1122 can be used to redirect to any service. 112 from any GSM handset will forward to the local emergency number.
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Philippines.svg.png Philippines
**117**
112 and 911 redirect to 117. 112 and 911 can be dialed from mobile phones. 117 may also be texted from mobile phones. 136for motorist assistance (Metro Manila only), 163 for child abuse (Bantay Bata)
external image 22px-Flag_of_Qatar.svg.png Qatar
999

external image 22px-Flag_of_Saudi_Arabia.svg.png Saudi Arabia
999
997
998
Traffic police – 993; Rescue emergency – 911, 112 or 08
external image 22px-Flag_of_Singapore.svg.png Singapore
999
995
Foreign travellers in Singapore with roaming hand phone facilities can dial either the 112 or 911 emergency numbers to reach an Emergency Call Centre in Singapore.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Sri_Lanka.svg.png Sri Lanka
119 or 118
110
111
Accident service – 11-2691111.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Syria.svg.png Syria
112
110
113
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Republic_of_China.svg.png Taiwan
110
119
112 from any GSM handset will forward to the local emergency number.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Tajikistan.svg.png Tajikistan
112
Fire – 101; Police – 102; Ambulance – 103; Gas leaks 104.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Thailand.svg.png Thailand
191
1669
199
Bangkok EMS Command Center – 1646 (Bangkok only), Tourist Police "1155" (English speaking emergency and routine assistance).
external image 22px-Flag_of_Turkey.svg.png Turkey
155
112
110
Gendarmerie156; Coast Guard – 158
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_United_Arab_Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates
999 or 112
998 or 999
997

external image 22px-Flag_of_Vietnam.svg.png Vietnam
113
115
114




Europe


The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC – Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.[10][11][12][13]

Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Albania.svg.png Albania
129
127
128
Road police – 126
external image 22px-Flag_of_Armenia.svg.png Armenia
102
103
101
Search and rescue – 108; Gas leaks – 104; Traffic police – 177
external image 22px-Flag_of_Austria.svg.png Austria
112
Police – 133; Ambulance – 144; Fire – 122; Gas leaks – 128; Alpine rescue – 140; On-duty medical unit – 141; crisis-hotline –142; support for children and teens – 147.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Belarus.svg.png Belarus
102
103
101
Gas leaks – 104; also 112 is being redirected to 101 on velcom GSM-operator mobile phones.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png Belgium
112
Police – 101; Ambulance / Firebrigade – 100; Missing children –110; Mental problems/suicide – 106.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg.png Bosnia and Herzegovina
122
124
123
From mobile phones, dial the international emergency numbers112, 911 and 08 for information about the local emergency numbers that are to be dialed (122, 123 and 124).
external image 22px-Flag_of_Bulgaria.svg.png Bulgaria
112
Police – 166, Ambulance – 150; Fire – 160.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Croatia.svg.png Croatia
112
Police – 192 (old number was 92); Ambulance – 94; Fire – 93; Search and rescue at sea – 9155; Road help987.
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Turkish_Republic_of_Northern_Cyprus.svg.png Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
112
Police - 115; Fire - 199; Ambulance - 112.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Cyprus.svg.png Cyprus
112
Alternative numbers: 199
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Czech_Republic.svg.png Czech Republic
112
Police – 158; Ambulance – 155; Fire – 150; Municipal police –156.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Denmark.svg.png Denmark
112 (old number was 000)
Nearest Police (non-urgent) – 114.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Estonia.svg.png Estonia
112
Police – 110.
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Faroe_Islands.svg.png Faroe Islands
112

external image 22px-Flag_of_Finland.svg.png Finland
112 (old number was 000)

external image 22px-Flag_of_France.svg.png France
112
Police – 17; Hospital-based Ambulance (SAMU) – 15; Fire Service-based Ambulance – 18; Fire – 18. 112 calls are answered by 15 or 18 dispatchers, depending on the caller's location. 115 for homeless.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Georgia.svg.png Georgia
022
033
011
Gas leaks – 04; 112 from mobile phones, from 2011 from landlines as well; in 2011 emergency numbers will be replaced as follows: 111 (Fire), 122 (Police), 113 (Ambulance), 114 (Gas leaks).
external image 22px-Flag_of_Germany.svg.png Germany
112
Police – 110; 116116 Block Emergency Electronic Authorisation e.g. credit cards
external image 22px-Flag_of_Gibraltar.svg.png Gibraltar
112 or 199
Fire and Ambulance – 190
external image 22px-Flag_of_Greece.svg.png Greece
112
Police100; Ambulance – 166; Fire199; Forest fire – 1591;Coast guard emergency intervention – 108; Counter-narcotics immediate intervention – 109; Tourist police – 171; Emergency social aid – 197.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Hungary.svg.png Hungary
112
Police – 107; Ambulance – 104; Fire – 105.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Iceland.svg.png Iceland
112
Police in Reykjavík Capital Area Non-urgent – 4441000
external image 22px-Flag_of_Ireland.svg.png Ireland
999 or 112
The emergency telephone number to dial in Ireland for Fire, Gardaí (Irish Police), Ambulance, Irish Marine Emergency Service and The Mountain & Cave Rescue is 999 or 112. These numbers are only to be used in an emergency. Note: If you call 112 your call will be automatically transferred to 999. Calls will be answered in 0.5 seconds.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Italy.svg.png Italy
112
Ambulance – 118; Fire115; (State Police) – 113; (Carabinieri) – 112; (Forest Service) – 1515; Guardia di Finanza(Customs/Financial Police) – 117; Coast guard1530
external image 22px-Flag_of_Kosovo.svg.png Kosovo
911
Kosovo Police192/922 from cellphones, and 92 from fix lines. The previous number used to be 112 Emergency dispatch center where citizens can be connected with all first responders in emergency (Fire Fighters, Kosovo Police, and First Medical Aid).
external image 22px-Flag_of_Latvia.svg.png Latvia
112
Police – 02; Ambulance – 03; Fire – 01; Gas leaks – 04.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania
112
Police – 02 / 102 / 022; Ambulance – 03/ 103 / 033; Fire – 01 /101 / 011. The non-112 numbers are for separate emergency services differ in distinct telecommunications networks, whereas112 is available on all networks.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Luxembourg.svg.png Luxembourg
112
Police – 113.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Macedonia.svg.png Republic of Macedonia
112
Police – 192; Ambulance – 194; Fire – 193.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Malta.svg.png Malta
112
Previously: Police 191; Ambulance 196; Fire 199.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Moldova.svg.png Moldova
902
903
901
112 is being implemented by 2010.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Monaco.svg.png Monaco
112
Police – 17, Ambulance, severe – 15; Ambulance, less severe –18, Fire – 18. 112 calls are answered by 15 or 18 dispatchers, depending on the caller's location. 115 for homeless.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro
112
Police – 122; Ambulance – 124; Fire – 123.
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands
112
Police (non-urgent) – 0900-8844. Also 911 is being redirected to 112 on GSM mobile phones.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Norway.svg.png Norway
112
113
110
Police (non-urgent) – 02800.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Poland.svg.png Poland
112
Police – 997; Ambulance – 999; Fire – 998; Municipal wardens –986; natural gas/LPG emergencies – 992.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Portugal.svg.png Portugal
112
Forest fire 117
external image 22px-Flag_of_Romania.svg.png Romania
112
Former short numbers: (Police) – 955; Ambulance – 961; (Firefighters) – 981; (Gendarmerie) – 956; Civil Protection – 982; Family Violence – 983
external image 22px-Flag_of_Russia.svg.png Russia
112
Police – 02; Ambulance – 03; Fire, Search and rescue – 01; Gas leaks – 04. The new number 112 began operating in 2011
external image 22px-Flag_of_San_Marino.svg.png San Marino
113
118
115

external image 22px-Flag_of_Serbia.svg.png Serbia
112
Police – 92; Ambulance – 94; Fire – 93
external image 22px-Flag_of_Slovakia.svg.png Slovakia
112
Police – 158; Ambulance – 155; Fire – 150
external image 22px-Flag_of_Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia
112
Police – 113
external image 22px-Flag_of_Spain.svg.png Spain
112
National091; Local Police – 092; Ambulance061; Fire –080,085; Civil Guard062; Mossos d'Esquadra (Catalan police)088
external image 22px-Flag_of_Sweden.svg.png Sweden
112 (old number was 90000)
Non-urgent police – 11414; The old 90000 is still being redirected to 112
external image 20px-Flag_of_Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland
112
Police – 117; Ambulance – 144; Fire – 118; Poison – 145; Road emergency – 140; Psychological support (free and anonymous) – 143; Psychological support for teens and children (free and anonymous) – 147; Helicopter air-rescue (Rega) – 1414 or by radio on 161.300 MHz; Air rescue (Air Glaciers) (in Valais only) –1415.[14]
external image 22px-Flag_of_Turkey.svg.png Turkey
155
112
110
Gendarmerie156; Coast Guard – 158
external image 22px-Flag_of_Ukraine.svg.png Ukraine
112
Police – 102; Ambulance – 103; Fire – 101; Gas leaks – 104.
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg.png United Kingdom
999 or 112
In 2006 101 was made available as a non-emergency, non-free number for police and local authorities in a small number of areas in England and Wales. 999 and 112 can be used from any phone. When dialing 999 or 112, the caller is connected with a telecoms operator such as BT, Cable & Wireless, Railnet, or Kingston Communications, and the operator will ask which service is required. Operators have access to interpretation services covering 170 languages. Deaf people can text 18000 for the emergency services (after registration). 999 was first introduced on the 30th June 1937 in London.
external image 20px-Flag_of_the_Vatican_City.svg.png Vatican City
113
118
115
112 is being redirected to 113 on GSM mobile phones




Australia and Oceania


Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Australia.svg.png Australia
000
From a mobile phone – 112 or 000. No other emergency numbers, such as 999 or 911, are redirected.
State Emergency Service (ACT, VIC, NSW, QLD, SA) – 132 500; SES (WA) – 1300 130 039;

From a Textphone/TTY call the National Relay Service on 106;

Non Emergency – Police Assistance Line – 131 444;

(NSW, QLD, SA, WA, NT, TAS, ACT);

Crime Stoppers – 1800 333 000;

Threats to national security – 1800 123 400;
external image 22px-Flag_of_Fiji.svg.png Fiji
911
9170

external image 22px-Flag_of_New_Zealand.svg.png New Zealand
111
*555 traffic (from mobile phones only)
0800 161616 Deaf TTY
0800 161610 deaf fax
111 deaf SMS (registered mobile phones only)
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Solomon_Islands.svg.png Solomon Islands
999
There are also local numbers for each service in each urban centre. These local numbers may be quicker than dialling 999.[15]
external image 22px-Flag_of_Vanuatu.svg.png Vanuatu
112


North America

Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
911
Non-emergency 311 in certain areas. Some rural areas still lack 911 service. 112 is being redirected to 911 on GSM mobile phones. *677 connects to the Provincial Police within the province of Ontario and *4141 links to the Sûreté du Québec in the province of Quebec.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Greenland.svg.png Greenland
112
112 only works from mobile phones; fixed line phones must call the local police or hospital.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Mexico.svg.png Mexico
066
065
068
"066" can be used as a general emergency number, In densely populated areas, 911 is redirected to the proper number.
external image 22px-Flag_of_France.svg.png Saint Pierre and Miquelon
17
15
18

external image 22px-Flag_of_the_United_States.svg.png United States of America
911
Various services available through regional or national N11 codes (e.g.: 311 non-emergency police) in certain areas. Also112 is being redirected to 911 on GSM mobile phones.[16]



Central America and the Caribbean

Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Guatemala.svg.png Guatemala
110
120
123
Note: The number 911 exists but this is only for Private Services like Medical Insurance.
external image 22px-Flag_of_El_Salvador.svg.png El Salvador
911

external image 22px-Flag_of_Costa_Rica.svg.png Costa Rica
911 or 112

external image 22px-Flag_of_Panama.svg.png Panama
911

external image 22px-Flag_of_Barbados.svg.png Barbados
211
511
311
References: Police, Ambulance, Fire
external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Cayman_Islands.svg.png Cayman Islands
911

external image 22px-Flag_of_the_Dominican_Republic.svg.png Dominican Republic
911 or 112
From a mobile phone – 112 or 911 Also 112 is being redirected to 911 on GSM mobile phones[12].
external image 22px-Flag_of_Jamaica.svg.png Jamaica
119
110

external image 22px-Flag_of_Trinidad_and_Tobago.svg.png Trinidad and Tobago
999
990
external image 22px-Flag_of_Nicaragua.svg.png Nicaragua
118

external image 22px-Flag_of_Honduras.svg.png Honduras
199




South America

Country
Police
Medical
Fire
Notes
external image 22px-Flag_of_Argentina.svg.png Argentina
101
107
100
Emergency dispatcher for Buenos Aires (city), Santa Fe (city), Rosario (city), Salta and Buenos Aires (provinces) 911.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Bolivia.svg.png Bolivia
110
118
119

external image 22px-Flag_of_Brazil.svg.png Brazil
190
192
193
Federal highway police 191; federal police 194; civil police 197; state highway police 198; civil defense 199; human rights 100; emergency number for Mercosul area 128; 112 will be redirected to 190 when dialed from mobile phones and 911 will also be redirected to the police number (190) See also: Brazilian telephone numbering plan#Public utility.
external image 22px-Flag_of_Chile.svg.png Chile
133
131
132

external image 22px-Flag_of_Colombia.svg.png Colombia
112 or 123 (landlines and mobile phones)
Traffic accidents 127, GAULA (anti-kidnapping) 165. More specialized three-digit numbers are available; check the localYellow Pages for more information.
156
132
119
external image 22px-Flag_of_Ecuador.svg.png Ecuador
911 (landlines and mobile phones)
All types of emergencies in Guayaquil (112 landlines, *112mobile phones), traffic accidents in Guayaquil 103, red cross131.
101
911
102
French Guyana
17
15
18
external image 22px-Flag_of_Guyana.svg.png Guyana
911
913
912

external image 22px-Flag_of_Paraguay.svg.png Paraguay
911

external image 22px-Flag_of_Peru.svg.png Peru
105
117
116
Civil defense (disasters) 115Domestic violence helpline 100
external image 22px-Flag_of_Suriname.svg.png Suriname
115

external image 22px-Flag_of_Uruguay.svg.png Uruguay
911

external image 22px-Flag_of_Venezuela.svg.png Venezuela
171