If you are based at our Malta campus and require specialist services:
Useful support links:
- Malta Police Force
- Victim Support Unit
- European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
- Ministry For Home Affairs, National Security and Law Enforcement
Emergency number 112 is used among the European Union countries. 112 can be dialled both from fixed telephone lines as well as from mobile phones.
Should a person require Police assistance in relation to a non-emergency case, one may call the Police Command and Control room via (+356) 2122 4001-9.
Reports which are related to non-emergency offences, contraventions and stolen property or damages costing less than €232.93 may be filed online. To file a report online, please click here.
119 is a free phone number which may be used from fixed telephone lines as well as from mobile phones. This number is to be used to give information to the Police. Information given may assist the Police to solve a crime.
Local Police stations may be reached either via telephone number (+356) 2122 4001, vie e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or by physically going to the Police station.
An online emotional support service offered through free, one-to-one, real-time, confidential and anonymous interaction. The service is provided by professional staff, through chat and email, for people affected by gender-based violence.
National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE)
The Cyber Crime Unit is a specialised section within the Malta Police Force that provides technical assistance in the detection and investigations of crime wherein the computer is the target or the means used.