Emergency Helplines / Numbers for Tourist to UAE

Emergency phone numbers who visited UAE for the purpose of tourism / medical

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COVID Helpline number

Police: 999

Ambulance: 998
997 for Fire Department (Civil Defence)
996 for Coastguard
991 for electricity failure
922 for water failure.

Abu Dhabi

Tourist those who visited Abu Dhabi should download the SOS AD999 app for any kind of emergency help. If you are in emergency, just press SOS button

Download SOS-AD999 app on apple / Google play store

Abu Dhabi Tourism AD Police:

Abu Dhabi Tourism Police on: +97128002626 and +97125127777

How to report for crimes / harassment in Abu Dhabi, UAE?

By calling 999, you can report for crimes

Harassment / Safety

  • Contact Abu Dhabi Police through Aman service
  • Call 8002626
  • SMS to 8002828

Food Poison / Safety

  • Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority

Dubai

DCAS SOS app

Tourist those who visited Dubai should download the DCAS SOS app for any kind of emergency help. If you are in emergency, just press SOS button

Download DCAS SOS app on apple / Google play store

Dubai Tourism Police:

Dubai Tourism Police on: phone – +97146096239 or toll-free number 901
Email: [email protected]

How to report for crimes / harassment in Dubai UAE?

By calling 999, you can report for crimes

Harassment / Safety

  • Contact Dubai Police through Al Ameen service
  • Call 8004888 (Inside UAE) / +9718004888 (Outside UAE)

Food Poison / Safety

Sharjah

How to report for crimes / harassment in Sharjah, UAE?

By calling 999, you can report for crimes

Harassment / Safety

  • Contact Sharjah Police through Najeed service
  • Call 800151
  • SMS to 7999

How to report the cybercrime online in UAE?

  • Visit https://u.ae/en/information-and-services/justice-safety-and-the-law/cyber-safety-and-digital-security#report-cybercrimes-online

How to contact if your drone got in to accident / loss of control in UAE?

Call GCAA Hotline: +971506414667

Email: [email protected]

What are the known cyber offences in the UAE law?

  • creating or modifying robots to distribute false data
  • falsifying electronic documents
  • invading the privacy of others
  • tampering with medical data, bank accounts and confidential codes
  • eBegging
  • publishing data that does not comply with media content standards
  • creating illegal content and refraining from removing it
  • creating or managing a website for promoting human trafficking
  • transferring, possessing and using illegal funds
  • raising funds without a licence
  • blackmailing and extortion
  • insulting and slandering others
  • conducting statistical surveys without a licence
  • promoting demonstrations without a licence
  • offending a foreign country or religion
  • promoting firearms and explosives
  • advertising information which mislead consumers.
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