We are already in the summer holiday season, which many choose to spend away from the city where they live, temporarily staying either in a tourist accommodation, or in another family or holiday home in the village, on the coast or even in the mountainous areas. Others, again, prefer one-day or two-day trips to the mountain or the sea, on weekends, absent even for a while, from the urban areas where they live.

 During the holidays, however, there are also various unforeseen incidents, some serious and not so much, but we also need to ask for help for them.

 It is therefore useful to know some important contact numbers with the Police, in the area where we will be, so that in case we need to call for help, receive some advice or make a complaint, we can immediately contact either the local Police Station or the Police Directorate of the Province where we will be.

 Relevant information on the contact numbers of the local Police Stations by Province, are published on the website of the Police. In addition to the telephone numbers, information is published about the address of the Police Stations, as well as about the areas of Municipalities and Communities, which are policed by each Police Station.

The contact numbers with the Police Directorates of the Provinces are as follows:

Famagusta Province: 23-803030

Larnaca Province: 24-804040

Limassol Province: 25-805050

Paphos Province: 26-806060

Morfos Area: 22-802525

Nicosia Province: 22-802020

The following numbers operate on a Cyprus-wide basis:

Cyprus Citizen’s Contact Line – 1460

Police Emergency – 112 or 199


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