When your child goes missing, or if you have seen a missing child, please contact your local police immediately:

  Austria
133 (Polizei-Notruf)

  Belgium
101 (Police)
116000 (Childfocus)

  Bulgaria
112 (Emergency Number)

  Croatia
192 (Emergency Number)

  Cyprus
1460 (Citizens Line)

  Czech Republic
158 (Emergency Number)

  Denmark
112 (Emergency Number)
114 (Police Service number, less emergent)

  Estonia
110 (Emergency Number)

  Finland
112 (Emergency Number)

  France
17 (Landlines)
112 (Mobile lines)
116000 (CFPE)

  Germany
112 (European Emergency Number)
110 (Emergency Number)
0800 6 888 000 (Police)

  Greece
1156 (Police)
116000 (The Smile of the Child)

  Hungary
107 (Emergency Number Police)

  Ireland
999 (Emergency Number)
112 (both Emergency Numbers)
+353 1 666 2615 (Missing Persons Bureau Police)

  Italy
112 (Emergency Number)

  Latvia
110 (Emergency Number)

  Lithuania
112 (Emergency Number)
116 000 (Missing persons’ family support centre)

  Luxembourg
113 (Emergency number)

  Malta
112 (Emergency Number)
2122 4001-7 (Police Headquarters)

  Netherlands
112 (Emergency Number)
0800-6070 (Police)

  Poland
801 24 70 70 (TP Numbers in Poland)
22 654 70 70 (Landlines in Poland)
00 48 22 654 70 70 (From abroad)

  Portugal
112 (Emergency Number)
910 190 000 (APCD)

  Romania
112 (Emergency Number)
021 / 208.25.25 (Police)

  Slovakia
112 (Emergency Number)

  Slovenia
113 (Emergency Number)
+421 9610 5018 1 (Police)

  Spain
116000 (Emergency Number)

  Sweden
112 (Emergency Number)
114 14 (Police)

  Switzerland
144 (Emergency Number)
117 (Police)

  United Kingdom
999 (Emergency Number)
116000 (Missing Kids)

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