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Call 1-1-2 when in need of help

Call 112 in case of an emergency or click on the online chat for 112 to start a conversation with an emergency operator.

Do you know the signs of abuse in a close relationship?

A message from the First Lady, Eliza Jean Reid:

"If you're sitting at home somewhere, or somewhere on your phone and you think, well this happens to me sometimes but it's really not as bad as I think it is, I don't want to trouble those people, I don't want to bother them. You are never bothering anyone by contacting them." Violence and abuse can take many forms. Report it.

Calling 112

Emergency Operators are on call 24/7. They take care of requests that come to 112 with telephone, webchat or the Döff app, analyse the problem and help according to each situation.
Manneskja að skoða 112 Döff appið í snjallsíma.

Döff app

The 112 Döff app is specially designed for the deaf and the hearing impaired but is also useful for anyone in with difficulties of talking or calling for assistance.

Resources

If you or someone you know have experienced violence, it is always best to talk to someone. There are many resources available where you can seek advice and assistance. It does not matter how long it has been since the abuse occurred, you can always get help.

112 in numbers

The National Emergency Number 112 is on call 24 hours all year round. Calls and messages come in through the telephone, the Deaf app, text message (SMS) or the webchat.

There are many tasks in progress at all times. In addition to requests which require the response of emergency operators and dispatchers, there are emergency calls from Tetra, SafeTravel or Search and Rescue teams and Civil Protection services.

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