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An Essential Guide to New Zealand For Anyone Travelling Down Under
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An Essential Guide to New Zealand For Anyone Travelling Down Under

Police, Fire and Ambulance
For Police, Fire and Ambulance, dial 111 from any phone. Calls are free.

Non-emergency Calls
If it's not an emergency, telephone the nearest police station. You can find phone numbers in the front of the area's local telephone directory.

Further Information:
If you would like to know more about the different emergency services in New Zealand, we have provided a link to some of their official web sites listed below.

  • New Zealand Police
    The official site of the New Zealand Police, who are responsible for enforcing criminal law in New Zealand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • Land Transport Safety Authority
    The LTSA is the leading provider of safety information and advice on land transport in New Zealand.

  • Victim Support
    Victim Support provides 24-hour, personalised support service for victims of crime, accident and emergency by fully trained volunteer workers.