First Aid/Appendix F: Emergency Telephone Numbers

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To assist the injured in getting aid, most countries have designated a specific number as a universal emergency telephone number. Another name for it is the emergency services number. Dialing this number should connect you to the nearest EMS call center. With mobile phones, it may be advantageous to use a local number, as the recognized call center may be incorrect.

Africa[edit]

Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
Algeria 17 14 National Gendarmerie - 1055; Counter Terrorist Unit - 1548; Support for children - 3033; Mobile phones - 112.
Angola 110 118[1]
Ascension Island 999[2]
Benin 117 301-769 118 Ambulance - 903-002.
Burundi 117 257-225-050 118 Ambulance - 257-228-435.
Botswana 911 Police - 999; Ambulance - 997; Fire - 998; Mobile phones - 112.
Burkina Faso 17 5030-6644 18 Ambulance - 5030-6645.
Cameroon 112 Police - 117; Ambulance - 119; Fire - 118.
Canary Islands 112 National police - 091; Ambulance - 061; Fire - 080; Local police - 092.
Cape Verde 132 130 131
Central African Republic 117 610-600 118 Ambulance - 612-184.
Ceuta 112 National police - 091; Ambulance - 061; Fire - 080; Local police - 092.
Chad 17 2251-4242 18 Ambulance - 2251-1237.
Comoros 17 772-03-73 18 Ambulance - 773-26-04.
Republic of Congo 117 118 Police - 112.
Democratic Republic of Congo 112[3]
Djibouti 17 351 351 18
Egypt 122 123 180 Tourist police – 126; Traffic police – 128; Electricity emergency – 121; Gas emergency – 129; Mobile phones - 112.
Equatorial Guinea 114 333-083-403 115 Ambulance - 556-666-153.
Eritrea 127-799 124-422
Ethiopia 911[4] Police - 991;[5] Ambulance - 907;[5] Fire - 939;[5] Traffic police - 945.
Gabon 177 1300 18
Gambia 117 116 118
Ghana 999 Police - 191; Ambulance - 193; Fire - 192.
Guinea 122 442-020 1717 Police - 1717.
Guinea-Bissau 117 119 118
Ivory Coast 111 185 180
Liberia 911
Kenya 999
Libya 1515 Ambulance - 193.
Lesotho 123 121 122 Police - 124.
Madagascar 117 124 118 Traffic accident - 3600.
Madeira 112
Malawi 997 998 999 Police - 990.
Mali 17 15 18 Ambulance; Fire - 112.
Mauritius 112 114 115 Police - 999; Fire - 995.
Mauritania 117 118 Gendarmerie - 116; Traffic accident - 119.
Mayotte 17 15 18
Melilla 112 National police - 091; Ambulance - 061; Fire - 080; Local police - 092.
Morocco 19 15 Royal Gendarmerie - 177; Drugs & alcohol service - 113; Racial discrimination hotline - 114; Non-emergency disturbances - 110; General information - 160; National Freeway Call Center - 5050.
Mozambique 119 117 198
Namibia 112
Nigeria 112
Niger 17 723-141 18
Réunion 17 15 18 Ambulance - 112.
Rwanda 112[6] 912 112[6] Traffic accident - 113.
Saint Helena 999 911 999
Sao Tome and Principe 112
Senegal 17 15 18
Seychelles 999 151 999
Sierra Leone 019 999
Somalia 888 999 555 Traffic accident - 777.
South Africa 10 111 10 177 Mobile phones - 112; All emergencies in Cape Town - 107.
Sudan 999 Traffic Police - 777 777.
South Sudan 999[7]
Swaziland 999
Tanzania 112 115 114 Police - 999.
Togo 117 8200 118
Tristan da Cunha 999 911 999
Tunisia 197 190 198 National guard – 193.
Uganda 112 911 112 Police, Fire - 999.
Western Sahara 150
Zambia 911 992 993 Mobile phones - 112.
Zimbabwe 999 Police - 995; Ambulance - 994; Fire - 993; Mobile phones - 112.

Asia[edit]

Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
Abkhazia 102 103 101
Afghanistan 119[8] 112[9] 119[10]
Akrotiri and Dhekelia 112 or 999
Bahrain 999 Mobile phones - 112.
Bangladesh 999 199 9-555-555 Those numbers are valid for Dhaka and Chittagong only.
Bhutan 113 112 110
British Indian Ocean Territory 112 or 999
Brunei 993 991 995
Burma 999 Police - 199; Ambulance - 192; Fire - 191.
Cambodia 117 119 118 Child helpline - 1280.
People's Republic of China 110 120 119 Road police - 122; Private ambulance service (Beijing) - 999. Dialling 112 on a mobile phone plays a bilingual message in English and Chinese about other accessible emergency numbers.
Christmas Island 000
Cocos Islands 000
East Timor 112
Hong Kong 999 Mobile phones - 112; Deaf fax (fixed line) or SMS (mobile phones) - 992 (connects to all emergency services).
India 100 102 101 Electricity emergency - 155 333; Chennai Traffic Police - 103; Delhi Traffic Police - 1095; Kolkata Traffic Police - 1073. 108 is used as a general emergency number in Bangalore, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Goa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, Assam, Meghalaya, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
Indonesia 110 118 113 Ambulance - 119; Search & rescue - 115; Natural disasters - 129; Electricity emergency - 123; Mobile phones - 112.
Iran 110 115 125 Child helpline - 123; Traffic police - 141; Mobile phones - 112.
Iraq 130
Israel 100 101 102 Israel Electric Corporation - 103; Municipal hazards (non-emergency) - 106; Mobile phones - 112.
Japan 110 119 Coast guard - 118;[11] Emergency question - # 7119 (free call), # 9110 (pay call). 911 redirects to 110.
Jordan 911 Mobile phones - 112.
Kazakhstan 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104.
Kyrgyzstan 102 103 101
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) 119 Mobile phones - 112. Operators speak Korean, some may speak English, Russian or Chinese.
Republic of Korea (South Korea) 112 119 National security - 111; Reporting spies - 113; Missing persons - 182; Phone service provider - 114.[12]
Kuwait 112
Laos 191 195 190
Lebanon 112 140 175 Police - 160; Civil defense - 125.
Macau 999 Mobile phones - 110 or 112.
Maldives 119 102 118 Traffic police - 191.
Malaysia 999 Mobile phones - 112.
Mongolia 105 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101.
Nepal 100 102 101 Traffic police - 103; Mobile phones - 112.
Oman 999 Mobile phones - 112.
Pakistan 15 115 16 Ambulance - 1122;[13] Traffic police - 1915; Mobile phones - 112.
Philippines 117 117 may also be texted from mobile phones. Motorist assistance - 136 (Metro Manila only); Child abuse (Bantay Bata area) - 163; Mobile phones - 112 or 911.
Qatar 999 Mobile phones - 112.
Saudi Arabia 999 997 998 Ambulance - 112 or 911; Traffic police - 993.
Singapore 999 995 Mobile phones - 112 or 911.
Sri Lanka 119 110 Accident service - 11 269 11 11.
Syria 112 110 113
Republic of China (Taiwan) 110 119 Mobile phones - 112.
Tajikistan 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104.
Thailand 191 1669 199 Ambulance (Bangkok only) - 1646; Tourist police - 1155; Traffic Control Center (Bangkok Metro only) - 1197; Highway patrol - 1193; Mobile phones - 112. 911 will come in use as a general emergency number soon.
Turkmenistan 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104.
United Arab Emirates 112 Police - 999; Ambulance - 998; Fire - 997; Coast guard - 996; Non-emergency police - 901.
Uzbekistan 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101.
Vietnam 113 115 114
Yemen 194 191

Europe[edit]

The common European emergency number is 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, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.[14][15][16][17]

Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
Åland Islands 112 Non-emergency police - (018) 527 100; Poison control - (09) 471 977.
Albania 112 Police - 129; Ambulance - 127; Fire - 128; Emergency at sea - 125; Traffic police – 126.[18]
Andorra 112 Police - 110; Ambulance, Fire - 118.
Armenia 112 or 911[19] Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks – 104; Traffic police – 177; Search & rescue - 108.
Austria 112 Police – 133; Ambulance – 144; Fire – 122; Gas leaks – 128; Mountain rescue – 140; Doctors – 141; Crisis-hotline – 142; Support for children and teens – 147; Non-emergency police - 059 133; Deaf fax/SMS - 0800 133 133.
Azerbaijan 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104; Traffic police – 126; Electricity emergency - 199.
Belarus 102 103 101 Fire - 112; Gas leaks – 104.
Belgium 112[20][21] Police – 101; Ambulance, Fire - 100; Missing children – 116 000; Mental problems hotline – 106; Red Cross – 105. If dialing 112 or 100 for police, the caller is redirected to 101.[22]
Bosnia and Herzegovina 112 Police - 122; Ambulance - 124; Fire - 123; Civil protection - 121.
Bulgaria 112
Croatia 112 Police - 192; Ambulance - 194; Fire - 193; Search & rescue at sea – 195; Road help – 1987.
Cyprus 112 or 199 Air/sea rescue - 1441;[23] Anti-drug support - 1410 or 1498; Poison control - 1401.
Czech Republic 112 Police – 158; Ambulance – 155; Fire – 150; Municipal police – 156.
Denmark 112 Non-emergency police - 114; Helpline for guidance from doctors and nurses - 1813.
Estonia 112[24]
Faroe Islands 112 Non-emergency police - 114.
Finland 112 Maritime rescue - 02 04 100.[25]
France 112 Police – 17; Hospital-operated ambulance (SAMU) – 15; Fire brigade-operated ambulance, Fire – 18; Homeless - 115; Deaf FAX/SMS - 114 (connects to all emergency services); Hotline for beaten children - 119; Missing children - 116 000; Maritime rescue - 1616.
Georgia 112
Germany 112 Police - 110.
Gibraltar 112 or 999 Fire, Ambulance – 190; Police - 199.
Greece 112 Police – 100; Ambulance – 166; Fire – 199; Forest fire – 1591; Coast guard – 108; Counter-narcotics – 109; Tourist police – 171; Social aid – 197.
Greenland 112 Mobile phones only. From landline phones dial the local police station, hospital or fire brigade.
Guernsey 112 or 999
Hungary 112 Police – 107; Ambulance – 104; Fire – 105; Water emergency - 1817[26].
Iceland 112 Non-emergency police (Reykjavík Area) – 444 10 00. 911 redirects to 112 on mobile phones.
Ireland 112 or 999 SMS messages can be sent to 112 (subscriber's number has to be registered).
Isle of Man 112 or 999
Italy 112[27] Police – 113; Ambulance – 118; Fire – 115; Forest service – 1515; Guardia di Finanza (Customs/Financial police) – 117; Coast guard – 1530. 911 redirects to 112.
Jersey 112 or 999
Kosovo 112 Police – 192; Ambulance – 194; Fire – 193.
Latvia 112 Police – 110; Ambulance – 113; Gas leaks – 114.
Lithuania 112[28]
Liechtenstein 112 Police – 117; Ambulance - 144; Fire - 118.
Luxembourg 112 Police – 113.
Republic of Macedonia 112 Police – 192; Ambulance – 194; Fire – 193.
Malta 112 Helpline - 119.
Moldova 902 903 901 Police - 112.
Monaco 112 Police - 17; Hospital-operated ambulance - 15; Fire brigade-operated ambulance, Fire - 18.
Montenegro 112 Police – 122; Ambulance – 124; Fire – 123.
Nagorno-Karabakh 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104.
Netherlands 112 Text phone – 0800 81 12; Non-emergency police – 0900 88 44[note 1] or 0343 578 844;[29] Non-emergency police (text phone) - 0900 18 44; Suicide prevention – 0900 01 13; Animal emergency - 144; Child abuse - 0900 123 12 30;[note 1] Anti-bullying hotline - 0800 90 50.
Northern Cyprus 112[30] Police - 155; Fire - 199.
Norway 112 113 110 Non-emergency police – 02 800; Child abuse and family violence - 116 111; Text phone - 1412; Emergency at sea - 120.
Poland 112 Police – 997; Ambulance – 999; Fire – 998; Municipal police – 986; Gas leaks – 992; Road help - 981.
Portugal 112 Forest fire – 117; Social emergency – 144.
Romania 112
Russia 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104; Anti-terror - 105.
San Marino 112 Police – 113; Ambulance – 118; Fire – 115.
Serbia 192 194 193 Civil protection - 1985; 112 redirects to 192.
Slovakia 112 Police – 158; Ambulance – 155; Fire – 150.
Slovenia 112 Police – 113; Road help - 1987; Emergency at sea - 080 18 00.
Spain 112 National police - 091; Ambulance - 061; Fire - 080; Local police - 092; Civil guard (Gendarmerie) - 062; Coast guard - 902 202 202; Civil protection - 1006; Red Cross - 901 222 222.
Sweden 112 Non-emergency police - 114 14; Non-emergency medical advice - 1177; Information during accidents and crises - 113 13.
Switzerland 112 Police – 117; Ambulance – 144; Fire – 118; Poison control – 145; Traffic accident – 140; Psychological support – 143; Psychological support for teens and children – 147; Rega air rescue – 1414 or by radio on 161.300 MHz; Air Glaciers air-rescue (Valais only) – 1415.[31]
Transnistria 102 103 101
Turkey 112[32] Police – 155; Fire brigade – 110; Gendarmerie – 156; Coastguard – 158; Municipal police - 153; Gas leaks - 197; Electricity emergency - 186; Water emergency - 185; Poison emergency - 114; Child abuse and family violence - 183; Forest fire - 177.
Ukraine 112 Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104.
United Kingdom 112 or 999 Non-emergency police - 101; Non-emergency health issues - 111 Deaf people and people who are unable to speak can text 999 after registration by sending a text message with the word 'Register' to 999, details at www.emergencysms.org.uk. 911 redirects to 999 on mobile phones.
Vatican City 112[33] Police – 113; Ambulance – 118; Fire – 115.

Oceania[edit]

Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
Australia 000 Mobile phones - 112 or 000;[34] State Emergency Service – 132 500; National Relay Service - 106; Non-emergency police – 131 444 (NSW, QLD, SA,WA, NT, TAS ACT); Crime Stoppers – 1 800 333 000; Threats to national security – 1 800 123 400.
Cook Islands 999 998 996
Fiji 000 or 911 Crime Stoppers - 919.[35]
French Polynesia 112 Police - 17; Ambulance - 15; Fire - 18.
Kiribati 999 Police - 992; Ambulance - 994; Fire - 993.
Marshall Islands 911
Micronesia 911
Nauru 110 111 112
New Caledonia 112 Police - 17; Ambulance - 15; Fire - 18.
New Zealand 111 Traffic - *555 (mobile phones only). 112 and 911 redirect to 111 on mobile phones.[36] Dialling 000 and 999 plays a pre-recorded message advising the caller to call 111. Deaf TTY - 0800 161 610; Deaf fax - 0800 161 616; Deaf SMS - 111 (registered mobile phones only); Crime Stoppers - 0800 555 111.
Palau 911
Papua New Guinea 111
Samoa 999 Police - 995; Ambulance - 996; Fire - 994.
Solomon Islands 911 or 999 In cities exist local numbers which are quicker than dialling 911 or 999.[37]
Tonga 911 Police - 922; Ambulance - 933; Fire - 999.
Tuvalu 911
Vanuatu 112

North America[edit]

Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
American Samoa 911
Antigua and Barbuda 911 or 999
Anguilla 911
Aruba 911
Belize 911
Bermuda 911
British Virgin Islands 911 or 999
Canada 911 Non-emergency - 311 (some areas only), 811 (nurse line, some areas only). 112 redirects to 911 on mobile phones.
Clipperton Island 17 15 18
Cuba 106 104 105
Curacao 911[38] 912 911
Dominica 999
Grenada 911
Guadeloupe 17 15 18
Martinique 17 15 18
Mexico 066 065 068 Not all these numbers are available in every state. Information about emergencies - 060.
Montserrat 911 or 999
Navassa Island 911
Saint Kitts and Nevis 911
Saint Lucia 911 or 999
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 17 15 18
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 911 or 999
United States of America 911 Various services are available through regional or national N11 codes (e.g.: 311 for non-emergency police or city services) in certain areas. 112 may redirect to 911, but should not be relied upon.[39]
United States Virgin Islands 911
Barbados 911 Police - 211;[40] Ambulance - 511;[41] Fire - 311[42]
The Bahamas 911 or 919[43] Mobile phones - 112.
Bonaire 911
Cayman Islands 911
Costa Rica 911 Mobile phones - 112.
Dominican Republic 911 112 redirects to 911 on mobile phones.
Guatemala 110 122 Police - 120; Ambulance, Fire brigade - 123.
El Salvador 911
Haiti 114 116 115 Police - 122.[44]
Honduras 112 195 198 Police - 911.
Jamaica 119 110
Nicaragua 118 128 115 Fire - 911.[44]
Panama 911 Police - 104; Fire - 103.
Puerto Rico 911
Trinidad and Tobago 999 990

South America[edit]

Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes
Argentina 911 Police - 101; Ambulance - 107; Fire - 100; Civil defense - 103; Forest fire - 105; Coast guard - 106. 112 redirects to 911 on mobile phones.
Bolivia 110 118 119 911 redirects to 110.
Brazil 190 192 193 Federal highway police - 191; Federal police - 194; Civil police - 197; State highway police - 198; Civil defense - 199; Municipal Guard - 153; Human rights - 100; Emergency in Mercosul area - 128. 112 and 911 redirect to 190 on mobile phones.
Chile 133 131 132 Useful mnemonic is ABC123: Ambulancia (Ambulance) 131, Bomberos (Fire) 132, Carabineros (Police) 133. 911 redirects to 133.
Colombia 123 Police - 112; Ambulance - 125;[45] Fire - 119, Anti-kidnapping - 165.
Easter Island 100-244 100-215 100-264
Ecuador 911 Police - 101; Ambulance - 131; Fire - 102; Emergency in Guayaquil - 112; Traffic accident in Guayaquil - 103.
Falkland Islands 999
French Guiana 112 Police - 17; Ambulance - 15; Fire - 18.
Guyana 911 913 912
Paraguay 911[46] Police - 912[47]; Ambulance - 141; Fire - 132[48].
Peru 911 Police - 105; Ambulance, Fire - 116; Civil defense - 115; Domestic violence - 100.
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 999
Suriname 112 Police - 111; Ambulance - 113; Fire - 110.
Uruguay 911 Police - 109; Ambulance - 105; Fire - 104.
Venezuela 911

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