Anybody can call 112 from an ordinary telephone (landline) or from a mobile phone (GSM) where there is coverage.

You can be put through to 112 even if the phone you are using is locked or has no SIM card.

You should call 112 only in the event of an emergency.

If you are not sure whether the situation at hand is an emergency, it is better to call than not to.

General information on the police and their role.

The Poison Centre is an emergency service which gives information over the phone on toxic substances and how to deal with them. Information on the emergency telephone number and more.

General information on emergency treatment, support and advice available to victims of sexual abuse following an attack.

General information for women who are victims of domestic violence on where they can find support and advice.

General information in several languages on fire safety and what to do if a fire breaks out.

A booklet from the Icelandic Red Cross on psychological support, available in numerous languages.        

Information on where to go for help with alcohol and/or drug-related problems. 

Information on open shelters in Reykjavik.

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