Emergency number 112

Use the police emergency number only if you or someone else needs urgent help. You can call the emergency number free of charge.

Dial 112 if you are calling from abroad.
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Phone the police 02800

Call 02800 if you have any questions for the police or want to report something. You will automatically be transferred to the switchboard or operations centre of the police district you are calling from.

Dial +47 02800 if you are calling from abroad.

Phone your nearest police station

You can phone the switchboard of a police station or office.

Dial +47 and then the 8-digit phone number if you are calling from abroad.

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How much it costs to call 02800

It costs more to call 02800 than to use the police station's direct line. That is because the service transfers you to the switchboard or operations centre of the police district you are calling from.

The cost will vary depending on what kind of phone subscription you have. Here are some price examples from January 2018:

OperatorConnection chargePrice per started minute
Telenor NOK 0.99 NOK 0.99
OneCall NOK 0.69 NOK 2.35
Telia NOK 0.89/0.69 NOK 2.49/2.99

These prices are intended only as a rough guide. For current rates, check with your phone service provider before you dial