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The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC - Universal Service Directive) and also standard on Global

system for mobile communications. 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.

Country Police
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129 127 128 Road police - 126
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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.
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102 103 101 Gas leaks - 104; also 112 is being redirected to 101 on velcom GSM-operator mobile phones.
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112 Police - 101; Ambulance / Firebrigade - 100; Missing children - 110; Mental problems/suicide - 106.
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122 124 123 From mobile phones, dial the international emergency numbers 112, 911 and 08 for information about the local emergency numbers that are to be dialed (122, 123 and 124).
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112 Police - 166, Ambulance - 150; Fire - 160.
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112 Police - 192 (old number was 92); Ambulance - 94; Fire - 93; Search and rescue at sea - 9155; Road help - 987.
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112 Alternative numbers: 199
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112 Police - 158; Ambulance - 155; Fire - 150; Municipal police - 156.
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112 (old number was 000) Nearest Police (non-urgent) - 114.
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112 Police - 110.
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112
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112 (old number was 000)
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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.
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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).
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112 Police - 110; 116116 Block Emergency Electronic Authorisation e.g. credit cards
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112 or 199 Fire and Ambulance - 190
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112 Police - 100; Ambulance - 166; Fire - 199; Forest fire - 191; Coast guard emergency intervention - 108; Counter-narcotics immediate intervention - 109.
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112 Police - 107; Ambulance - 104; Fire - 105.
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112 Police in Reykjavík Capital Area Non-urgent - 4441000
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999 (or 112 also works) 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.
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112 Ambulance - 118; Fire - 115; (State Police) - 113; (Carabinieri) - 112; (Forest Service) - 1515; Guardia di Finanza - 117; Coast guard - 1530
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911 The previous number used to be 112 Emergency dispatch center,through of 112 number,citizens can be connected with all first responders in emergency (Fire Fighters,Kosovo Police,and Firs medical aid).
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112 Police - 02; Ambulance - 03; Fire - 01; Gas leaks - 04.
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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, whereas 112 is available on all networks.
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112 Police - 113.
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112 Police - 192; Ambulance - 194; Fire - 193.
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112 Previously: Police 191; Ambulance 196; Fire 199.
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902 903 901 112 is being implemented by 2010.
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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.
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112 Police - 122; Ambulance - 124; Fire - 123.
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112 Formerly 06-11. Police (non-urgent) - 0900-8844. Also 911 is being redirected to 112 on GSM mobile phones.
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112 113 110 Police (non-urgent) - 02800.
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112 Police - 997; Ambulance - 999; Fire - 998; Municipal wardens - 986; natural gas/LPG emergencies - 992.
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112 Forest fire 117
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112 Former short numbers: (Police) - 955; Ambulance - 961; (Firefighters) - 981; (Gendarmerie) - 956; Civil Protection - 982; Family Violence - 983
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112 Gas leaks — 04. The new number 112 began operating in 2011
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113 118 115
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112 Police - 92; Ambulance - 94; Fire - 93
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112 Police - 158; Ambulance - 155; Fire - 150
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113 112
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112 National Police] - 091; Local Police - 092; Ambulance - 061; Fire - 080,085; Civil Guard]] - 062; (Catalan police) 088
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112 (old number was 90000) Non-urgent police - 11414; The old 90000 is still being redirected to 112
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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.[5]
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155 112 110 Gendarmerie - 156; Coast Guard - 158
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112 (only from cellular phones) Police - 102; Ambulance - 103; Fire - 101; Gas leaks - 104.
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999 or 112 101 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. By SMS after registration with the smsEmergency service. Gas emergency 0800 111 999
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113 118 115 Also 112 is being redirected to 113 on GSM mobile phones[12].
  1. European Radiocommunications Office
  2. European Union
  3. SOS 112 Europe
  4. Latest status on E-112 initiative: http://www.esafetysupport.org/en/esafety_activities/28_recommendations/)
  5. Swisscom: Emergency numbers
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