Know : Emergency Phone Numbers of All Countries

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Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
AFRICA
 Algeria 17 14 14 National Gendarmerie : 1055; Counter Terrorist Unit : 1548; support for children : 3033.
 Botswana 997 or 911
 Cameroon 17 119 18
 Chad 17 18
 Djibouti 17 351351 18
 Egypt 112 123 180 Tourist Police – 126; Traffic Police – 128; Electricity Emergency – 121; Natural Gas Supply Emergency – 129.
 Ghana 999 Police – 191; Ambulance – 193; Fire – 192
 Mali 18 15 17
 Mauritius 999
 Morocco 19 15 15
 Nigeria 199
 Rwanda 112
 Sierra Leone 999 19
 Somalia 888
 South Africa 10111 10177 10111 112 from mobile phones, 107 in Cape Town.
 Sudan 999 Traffic Police – 777777.
 Tunisia 197 190 198 National guard – 193.
 Uganda 112 or 999
 Zambia 112 Police – 999; Ambulance – 991; Fire – 993.
 Zimbabwe 999 Police – 995; Ambulance – 994; Fire – 993. 112 from mobile phones.
ASIA
 Afghanistan 119 102 119 Rewards for Justice: 010-8600-070
 Bahrain 999
 Bangladesh 999 199 9 555 555 For the cities of Dhaka and Chittagong only.
 Cambodia 117 119 118
 People’s Republic of China 110 120 119 Traffic accident: 122.
Directory assistance: 114 (Hotline for seeking general information upon request).
Weather: 121.
Private ambulance service in Beijing: 999.
Dialling 112 on mobile phones in China only plays a pre-recorded bilingual message about other emergency numbers.
 East Timor 112
 Hong Kong 112 or 999 992 as fax on fixed line and as SMS number on mobile phones (only for subscribers with disabilities) connects to all emergency services.
Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
 India 100 102,108(medical, police, fire. Select regions only), 112 101 Chennai Traffic Police: 103.
Delhi Traffic Police: 1095.
Kolkata Traffic Police: 1073.
Bangalore uses both 108 and 100.
108 is used in in the Indian states of Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Goa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha,Assam, Meghalaya, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. 108 can be called for medical, crime, fire, or any other emergency from any phone.
 Indonesia 110 118, 119 113 Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
Search and rescue team: 115.
Natural disaster: 129.
Electricity: 123.
 Iran 110 115 125 110 connects to all emergency services.
Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
 Israel 100 101 102 Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
Israel Electric Corporation: 103.
Municipal hazards that are not emergencies: 106 (works in any municipality).
 Japan 110 119 Emergency at sea: 118.[19]
Emergency question: #7119 (free call), #9110 (pay call)
 Jordan 112 or 911
 Kazakhstan 112 Police – 102; Ambulance – 103; Fire – 101; Gas leaks: 104. Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 112 or 119 Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
Operators mostly speak only Korean, some may speak English, Russian or Chinese.
 Republic of Korea 112 119 National security hotline: 111.
Reporting spies: 113.
Missing person hotline: 182.
114 connects to the phone service provider.
 Kuwait 112
 Lebanon 112, 999 140 175
 Macau 999
 Maldives 102 Police service: 119 (can also be dialled from mobile phones).
Civil defence: 118.
 Malaysia 112 or 999 Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
 Mongolia 102 103 101 100 connects to all emergency services.
 Myanmar 191
   Nepal 100, 103 102 101 Standard GSM emergency number 112, is supported in mobile networks.
 Oman 999
 Pakistan 15, 115 16 15 and 1122 connect to all emergency services.
Standard GSM emergency number 112is supported in mobile networks but some emergency number are not supported in GSM before dialing 021 city code must dialing (021)1020(021)1090 (021)1021.
Traffic police: 1915.
 Philippines 117, 112 or 911 117 may also be texted from mobile phones.
Standard GSM emergency number 112 as well as North American emergency number 911 are supported in mobile networks.
Motorist assistance: 136 (Metro Manila only).
Child abuse hotline (Bantay Bata): 163.
 Qatar 999
 Saudi Arabia 999 997 998 Traffic police: 993.
Emergency rescue: 911, 112 or 08.
 Singapore 999 995 Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported for foreign mobile phones that use incoming roaming service in Singapore.
 Sri Lanka 119, 118 110 111 Accident service: 11-2691111.
 Syria 112 110 113
 Republic of China (Taiwan) 110 119 Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
 Tajikistan 112 Police – 102; Ambulance – 103; Fire – 101; Gas leaks: 104. Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.
 Thailand 191 1669 199 999 connects to all emergency services.
Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks.1155 for Tourist Police Department, English available.
1197 Traffic Control Center (Bangkok Metro Only) 1193 Highway Patrol
 United Arab Emirates 999 997 Police – 112; Ambulance – 998.
 Vietnam 113 115 114
EUROPE
 Albania 129 127 128 Traffic police – 126.
 Armenia 911 or 112 Fire – 101; Police – 102; Ambulance – 103; Gas leaks – 104; Traffic police – 177.
 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.
 Azerbaijan 102 103 101 Traffic police – 126.
 Belarus 102 103 101 Gas leaks – 104; also 112 is redirected to 101 on velcom GSM-operator mobile phones.
 Belgium 112 Police – 101; Ambulance, Fire – 100; Missing children – 116000; Mental problems/suicide – 106; Red Cross – 105.
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 122 124 123 From mobile phones, dial the international emergency numbers 112, 911and 08 for information about the local emergency numbers (122, 123 and124).
 Bulgaria 112
 Croatia 112 Police – 192; Ambulance – 194; Fire – 193; Search and rescue at sea –9155; Road help – 1987.
 Cyprus 112 or 199
 Czech Republic 112 Police – 158; Ambulance – 155; Fire – 150; Municipal police – 156.
 Denmark 112
 Estonia 112
 Faroe Islands 112
 Finland 112
 France 112 Police – 17; Hospital-based Ambulance (SAMU) – 15; Fire Service-based Ambulance, Fire – 18; 115 for homeless. 114 for deaf or mute people (FAX or SMS only, connects to 18, 17 or 15).
 Georgia 112
 Germany 112 Police – 110.
 Gibraltar 112 or 199 Fire, Ambulance – 190
 Greece 112 Police – 100; Ambulance – 166; Fire – 199; Forest fire – 1591; Coast guardemergency intervention – 108; Counter-narcotics immediate intervention –109; Tourist police – 171; Emergency social aid – 197.
 Greenland 112 112 works only from mobile phones; fixed line phones must call the local police or hospital.
 Hungary 112 Police – 107; Ambulance – 104; Fire – 105.
 Iceland 112 Police in Reykjavík Capital Area Non-urgent – 4441000. Also 911 is redirected to 112 for GSM mobile phones.
 Republic of Ireland 112 or 999
 Italy 112 Ambulance – 118; Fire – 115; (State Police) – 113; (Carabinieri) – 112; (Forest Service) – 1515; Guardia di Finanza (Customs/Financial Police) –117; Coast guard – 1530.911 is redirected to 112.
 Latvia 112 Police – 02; Ambulance – 03; Fire – 01; Gas leaks – 04.
 Lithuania 112
 Luxembourg 112 Police – 113.
 Republic of Macedonia 112 Police – 194; Ambulance – 192; Fire – 193.
 Malta 112
 Moldova 112
 Monaco 112
 Montenegro 112 Police – 122; Ambulance – 124; Fire – 123.
 Netherlands 112 Police (non-urgent) – 0900-8844. Animal police: 144
 Norway 112 113 110 Police (non-urgent) – 02800; Child-Abuse and Family Violence – 116 111; TDD (textphone) – 1412.
 Poland 112 Police – 997; Ambulance – 999; Fire – 998; Municipal police – 986; natural gas/LPG emergencies – 992.
 Portugal 112 Forest fire – 117; Health 24 – 808 242 424; SOS Child – 800 202 651; SOS Pregnant – 808 201 139; Poisoning – 808 250 143; Civil Protection – 214 247 100; Info – 118; Social Emergency – 144
 Romania 112
 Russia 112
 San Marino 113 118 115
 Serbia 112 Police – 192; Ambulance – 194; Fire – 193
 Slovakia 112 Police – 158; Ambulance – 155; Fire – 150
 Slovenia 112 Police – 113.
 Spain 112
 Sweden 112
  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.[24]
 Turkey 112 Police – 155, Fire – 110.
 Ukraine 112
 United Kingdom 112 or 999 In 2006 101 was made available as a non-emergency number for police (and in some areas local authorities) in England and Wales. 111 was made available (in England and Wales) as a non-emergency number for health issues. 101 has been introduced in Scotland too during 2013. 999 and 112 can be used from any phone. Deaf people and people who are unable to speak can text 999 for the emergency services (after registration by sending a text message with the word ‘Register’ to 999, details at http://www.emergencysms.org.uk). 999 was first introduced on 30 June 1937 in London.
  Vatican City 113 118 115 112 is redirected to 113 on mobile phones.
NORTH AMERICA
 Canada 911 Non-emergency 311 in certain areas. Some rural areas still lack 911 service. 112 is redirected to 911 on GSM mobile phones. *677 connects to the Ontario Provincial Police within the province of Ontario and *4141 links to the Sûreté du Québec in the province of Quebec.
 Mexico 911 Police – 066; Ambulance – 065; Fire – 068. “066” can be used as a general emergency number.
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 17 15 18 Same as France.
 United States of America 911 Various services available through regional or national N11 codes (e.g.: 311non-emergency police or city services) in certain areas.
 Barbados 211 511 311 References: Police, Ambulance, Fire
 Cayman Islands 911
 Costa Rica 911 or 112
 Dominican Republic 911 or 112 From a mobile phone – 112 or 911. Also, 112 is redirected to 911 for GSM mobile phones
 Guatemala 110 or 120 122 or 123 or 1554 Notes: The number 911 exists only for private services like medical insurance.
 El Salvador 911
 Haiti 118
 Honduras 199
 Jamaica 119 110
 Nicaragua 118
 Panama 911
 Trinidad and Tobago 999 990
SOUTH AMERICA
 Argentina 101 107 100 Emergency dispatcher for Buenos Aires (city), Santa Fe (city), Rosario (city), Salta (province), Corrientes (province), and Buenos Aires (province)911. In a mobile phone 112 forwards to 911.
 Bolivia 110 118 119 The 911 number forwards to 110.
 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.
 Chile 133 131 132 A useful mnemonic is ABC123: Ambulancia (Ambulance/Medical) 131,Bomberos (Fire) 132, Carabineros (Police) 133
 Colombia 112 or 123 (landlines and mobile phones) Traffic accidents 127, GAULA (anti-kidnapping) 165. More specialized three-digit numbers are available; check the local Yellow Pages for more information.
156 132 119
 Ecuador 911 (landlines and mobile phones). All types of emergencies in Guayaquil (112 landlines, *112 mobile phones), traffic accidents in Guayaquil 103, red cross 131.
101 911 102
French Guiana 112 Police – 17; Ambulance – 15; Fire – 18.
 Guyana 112 Ambulance – 913; Fire – 912
 Paraguay 911
 Peru 105 117 116 Civil defense (disasters) 115 – Domestic violence helpline 100.
 Suriname 115
 Uruguay 911
 Venezuela 171
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA
 Australia 000 From a mobile phone – 112 or 000. Other emergency numbers, such as 911, are redirected, but 999 is not.[citation needed]
State Emergency Service (ACT, VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA) – 132 500;
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;
 Fiji 911 9170
 New Zealand 111 *555 traffic (from mobile phones only)
911 and 112 both redirect to the 111 service if dialed from a GSM mobile.
000 and 999 plays a pre-recorded message advising the caller to hang up and call 111.
0800 161616 Deaf TTY
0800 161610 deaf fax
111 deaf SMS (registered mobile phones only)
0800 555 111 Crime Stoppers
 Solomon Islands 999 There are also local numbers for each service in each urban centre. These local numbers may be quicker than dialling 999.
 Vanuatu 112

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