110 - Calling the police
If you are in Estonia and need to contact the police, please dial 110 if you are using a local Estonian phone or your cellular. The command and control centre will receive your call. Here are some guidelines for making the call:
Remain calm; explain as quickly and clearly as possible what has happened, where it happened, and who is calling;
Remember and tell the duty officer as much information as you can about the persons, vehicles and other related aspects;
Be ready to answer additional questions;
Do not end the call before the officer lets you.
In case of fire, rescue services and ambulance:
A single emergency call number 112 is in use in Estonia for calling for fire and rescue service and ambulance.
Calls to 110 and 112 are free of charge.
If you need to contact Estonian police from abroad, please dial one of the following numbers:
Northern Police Prefecture (Tallinn and surrounding areas): +372 612 4444
Western Police Prefecture (Pärnu, Kuressaare, Kärdla, Haapsalu, Paide, Rapla): +372 444 6444
Eastern Police Prefecture:
Rakvere: +372 322 2610; +372 322 2711