Emergency Telephone Numbers Around The World

                            EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS AROUND THE WORLD  

   
 


   
 

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Whilst travelling abroad it's handy to know the local emergency phone numbers. Most GSM mobile telephones will have pre - programmed emergency numbers already available to you, but for those that do not have this service or if you are using a land line, we have listed some international emergency phone numbers for several of the world's most visited locations.  

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Most countries have one number for all their emergency service providers, so we have started the list with these numbers, but for those countries that have different numbers for different emergency services, we have listed their numbers by country name. Some countries emergency numbers can be accessed by one number on a mobile phone and a different number from a land line, so make sure to find out if your destination is like this and jot down both sets of numbers. 

Other important numbers that may also be beneficial to jot down whilst travelling or on holiday are the phone numbers of your hotel, your travel insurance company, your credit card company and the number of your local consulate / embassy.  

For a complete list of British consulates or embassies abroad, please visit - www.fco.gov.uk/find-an-embassy -   

 

  


                               

000

Is the emergency number for fire, police and ambulance in;

Australia.  

Papua New Guinea.  


100 

Is the emergency phone number for police, fire and ambulance in; 

Nepal

 

102 

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in ; 

The Maldives.

 

111

Is the emergency number for fire, police and ambulance in;

New Zealand

 

112

Is the emergency number for fire, police and ambulance and in most cases, coastguard and air / sea / mountain / cave rescue services in 

European mainland & all islands from both mobile phones and land lines.This also includes the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland who also use 999 for emergency numbers.  

Greenland 

Iceland

Israel - from mobile phones only, see alternative list for Israel below.

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kuwait

India – from mobile phones only, see alternative list for India below. 

Pakistan - from mobile phones only, see alternative list for Pakistan below.

Russia

South Africa 

South Korea - 02112 from mobile phones.

Tajikstan  

Turkey – from mobile phones only, see alternative list for Turkey below.  

Ukraine

Vanuatu

 

117

Is the emergency number for fire, police and ambulance in ;

Madagascar

The Philippines 

 

190

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in;

Gibraltar - fire and ambulance only. 

Morocco. 

 

199

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in; 

Gibraltar - police only

Honduras 

Nigeria

 

122

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in ;

Egypt.

 

123

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in;

Colombia

 

171

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in;

Venezuela. 

 

911

Is the emergency number for fire, police and ambulance in: 

Antigua & Barbuda

Argentina  

Bahamas - 919 can also be used

Bermuda

Canada

Cayman Islands 

Chile 

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

El Salvador  

Grenada

Paraguay

United States of America 

Uruguay

 

999

Is the emergency number for police, fire and ambulance in; 

Antigua & Barbuda 

Bahrain

Bangladesh 

Channel Islands  

Grenada

Hong Kong 

Isle of Man 

Macau

Malaysia  

Myanmar / Burma

Oman

Qatar

Republic of Ireland – Also Coastguard, cave and mountain rescue and air / sea rescue services.

Solomon Islands

Sudan 

United Kingdom  Also coastguard, cave & mountain rescue and air / sea rescue services.  

The U.K includes England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and all islands including the Isle of Anglesey, the Isle of Wight, the Isles of Scilly, the Inner Hebrides, the Orkney Islands, the Outer Hebrides, the Shetland Islands and all Scottish, west coast isles. Other British Isles, which are not part of the UK, but use the same emergency numbers are, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and the Republic of Ireland.  

The number 112 can also be used as an alternative to 999 in all the above locations.  


  

      
                                                                

BRAZIL emergency numbers

Fire – 193

Police – 190

Ambulance - 192 

 

CHILE emergency numbers - 911 can also be used 

Fire - 132  

Police - 133  

Ambulance - 131 

 

CHINA emergency numbers

Fire - 119

Police - 110

Ambulance -120 

Traffic police - 122 

 

DUBAI emergency numbers 

Police - 999 

Fire - 997 

Ambulance - 999 

 

FRENCH OVERSEAS REGIONS  of French Guiana, French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Reunion -    

Police - 17. 

Fire - 18.  

Ambulance - 15. 

 

INDIA emergency numbers

Police - 100

Fire - 101

Ambulance - 108

 

INDONESIA emergency numbers

Police - 110

Fire - 113

Ambulance - 118

 

ISRAEL emergency numbers

Police - 100

Fire - 102

Ambulance - 101 

 

JAMAICA emergency numbers 

Fire - 110 

Police - 119 

Ambulance - 110

 

JAPAN emergency numbers

Fire - 119

Police - 110

Ambulance - 119.

 

MEXICO emergency numbers

Police - 066

Fire - 068

Ambulance - 065   

 

PAKISTAN emergency numbers 

Police - 15 

Fire - 16 

Ambulance - 115 

 

SAUDI ARABIA emergency numbers 

Police - 999 

Fire - 998 

Ambulance - 997

 

SINGAPORE emergency numbers 

Police - 999 

Fire - 998 

Ambulance - 998

 

THAILAND emergency numbers

Police – 191

Fire – 199

Ambulance - 1554

 

TURKEY emergency numbers

Police - 155

Fire - 110

Ambulance – 112

Coastguard - 158   
  
 

 

Some emergency numbers across the world have been known to change, in order to keep up to date with these numbers or to find any numbers not on our above list, check out this website -  chartsbin.com -     


 

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