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Reporting an Incident

Overview

Members of the public are encouraged to notify the police of any life-threatening incident or emergencies such as:

  • Natural disasters

  • Fires

  • Deaths

  • Missing persons

 For any other incident, you will be required to provide the following:

  •  Your particulars – full names and address

  • The time and location of the incident

  • A description of the incident

Missing persons reports should contain the information outlined above, along with:

  • Full names of the missing person

  • Description of the missing person 

  • List of locations and persons a missing person may contact

  • Date, time and location of the last sighting of the person

Who is eligible?

Any member of the public

How do I get this service?

By reporting to any police station or police post. 

What supporting documents are required?

None

How long will this service take?

Immediately

How much does it cost?

No cost

Where can I obtain this service?

Any police station or police post. 

Where can I get more information on this Service

At the nearest Police Station, Police Post or call 999

In case of fire, call the Fire Department at number 998.

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