DO NOT USE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY! THIS IS NOT FOR EMERGENCIES!

Notice: The Suitcase Detective is not a police, governmental, or investigative agency. To report a case to the police or contact them with information / testimony / sightings / identification, respond to the police directly. If you cannot find details for contacting the relevant national police or prefer faster assistance in your native language, you may want to contact or the nearest relevant embassy.


DO NOT USE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY! THIS IS NOT FOR EMERGENCIES!

Please be aware that calling internationally or long-distance may entail additional or higher than usual calling fees. Email may be the cheapest alternative unless you believe time is of the essence.


If you have information about a missing person or unsolved crime:

  1. Contact your own local or national police agency.
  2. Contact the foreign embassy in your country
  3. Review the agencies below and see if you can use the contacts to find an agency that will help.

There are often ways to file a report anonymously through police resources, but not all of the contact methods below will be secure.

In general, we have tried linking to the national police, the national capital’s police, or another relevant government agency. In many cases, the Ministry of Interior or Ministry of Internal Affairs oversees the police force and are linked below as an alternative when the actual contact details for the police are difficult to find.

This list is NOT intended for you to rely upon in an emergency or in lieu of more official sources. Our only purpose is to provide you with contacts that might help you find the right connection if you are not living locally in that country. It is entirely possible that the contacts below will send you to someone else, but we hope that they at least could help point you in the right direction. Again, if in doubt, try contacting the embassy first.


Any notices sent to “The Suitcase Detective” or “Never Quit Looking” will be forwarded directly and intact to the authorities for follow up. In that case, your personal information may be accessible to the police. We make no assurances of anonymity from the police. Thus, it is best to contact them directly yourself through their formal process.

Please be aware the contact details can change and new agencies may arise or government change powers. We make no warranties as to the current accuracy of the information below. If you would like to recommend a change to this list or if you find a broken link, please comment below or email us directly.

Please be aware that in times of political upheaval or in political overthrows, it is possible that the currently presiding government in charge of the agencies listed below are not necessarily a safe organization to report to. This is especially important to consider in the case of political prisoners or potential refugees fleeing their domestic states. If you are in any way concerned about contacting their domestic police force, please contact your own national government first.

*Bolivia’s phone numbers read as inactive; they may only work locally

DO NOT USE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY! THIS IS NOT FOR EMERGENCIES!

Police Contact

wdt_ID Country Contact
1 Afghanistan

Agency: Ministry of Interior Affairs
Email Address: info@moi.gov.af
Phone #: (20) 223 -3158
Website: https://moi.gov.af/en/contact-us
Emergency #: 102

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2 Albania

Agency: Albanian State Police
Email Address: policiaeshtetit@asp.gov.al
Phone #: (69) 413 - 4770
Website: https://www.asp.gov.al/kontakt/
Emergency #: 125

Alternative Contact: ICMP

3 Algeria

Agency: National Gendarmerie
Email Address: contactccp@algeriepolice.dz
Phone #: (21) 375 - 770
Website: https://www.algeriepolice.dz
Emergency #: 1548

4 American Samoa

Agency: Department of Public Safety
Email Address:
Phone #:
Website: Unofficial Facebook
Emergency #:

Alternative Contact: American Samoa State Government at (684) 633-4116 or AmericanSamoaGovernment@gmail.com

5 Andorra

Agency: Andorran Police Force
Email Address: policia@policia.ad
Phone #: (376) 872 000
Website: https://www.policia.ad/ca/
Emergency #: 110

6 Angola

Agency: PolΓ­cia Nacional de Angola
Email Address:
Phone #:(222) 393 978
Website: https://pna.gov.ao/onde-estamos
Emergency #: 111

7 Anguilla

Agency: Royal Anguilla Police Service
Email Address:
Phone #: (264) 497-2333
Website: Facebook
Emergency #:

8 Antigua & Barbuda

Agency: Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda
Email Address: cop@ab.gov.ag
Phone #: 462 - 0125
Website: Facebook
Emergency #:

Alternative Contact: Crime Stoppers

9 Argentina

Agency: BΓΊsqueda de personas desaparecidas y extraviadas
Email Address:
Phone #: (11) 5278-9800
Website: https://www.argentina.gob.ar/seguridad/personasextraviadas
Emergency #: 134

Alternative Contact: Crime Stoppers

10 Armenia

Agency: Police of the Republic of Armenia
Email Address: dimum@police.am
Phone #: 10-54-69-14
Website: https://www.police.am/
Emergency #: 102

Country Contact

Making an International Phone Call

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  1. Dial the International Access Code (IDD) to call out of your country – Ask your phone provider for the code.
    1. You can find a fuller list here or here
    2. Some systems (e.g. Skype, Google Voice) may not require this, just move onto the country code.
  2. Dial the International Calling Code (Country Code) to call into the foreign country
  3. Dial the Area Code + Local Phone Number of the place you are calling (ignore the 0 if it starts with one)
Afghanistan ➜ +93Aland Islands ➜ + 358-18Albania ➜ +355Algeria ➜ +213American Samoa ➜ +1-684
Andorra ➜ +376Angola ➜ +244Anguilla ➜ +1-264Antarctica ➜ +672Antigua ➜ +1-268
Argentina ➜ +54Armenia ➜ +374Aruba ➜ +297Ascension Island ➜ +247Australia ➜ +61
Australian External Territories➜ +672Austria ➜ +43Azerbaijan ➜ +994Bahamas ➜ +1-242Bahrain ➜ +973
Bangladesh ➜ +880Barbados ➜ +1-246Barbuda ➜ +1-268Belarus ➜ +375Belgium ➜ +32
Belize ➜ +501Benin ➜ +229Bermuda ➜ +1-441Bhutan ➜ +975Bolivia ➜ +591
Bonaire ➜ +599-7Bosnia & Herzegovina ➜ +387Botswana ➜ +267Brazil ➜ +55Brunei Darussalm ➜ +673
Bulgaria ➜ +359Burkina Faso ➜ +226Burundi ➜ +257Cambodia ➜ +855Cameroon ➜ +237
Canada ➜ +1Cape Verde Islands ➜ +238Cayman Islands ➜ +1-345Central African Republic ➜ +236Chad ➜ +235
Chathan Island ➜ +64Chile ➜ +56China (Mainland) ➜ +86Christmas Island ➜ +61Cocos Islands ➜ +61
Columbia ➜ 57Comoros ➜ +269 Congo ➜ +242Cook Islands➜ +682Costa Rica ➜ +506
Croatia ➜ +385Cuba ➜ +53Curaçao ➜ +599-9Cyprus ➜ +357Czech Republic ➜ +420
Democratic Republic of Congo ➜ +243Denmark ➜ +45Diego Garcia➜ +246Djibouti + 253Dominica ➜ +1-767
Dominican Republic ➜ +1-809 | +1-829 | +1-849East Timor ➜ 670Easter Island ➜ +56Ecuador ➜ +593Egypt ➜ +20
El Salvador ➜ +593Equatorial Guinea ➜ +240Eritrea ➜ + 291Estonia ➜ + 372Eswatini ➜ +268
Ethiopia ➜ +251Falkland Islands ➜ +500Faroe Islands ➜ +298Fiji ➜ +679Finland ➜ +358
France ➜ +33French Antilles ➜ +596French Guiana ➜ +594French Polynesia ➜ +689Gabon ➜ +241
Gambia ➜ +220Georgia ➜ +995Germany ➜ +49Ghana ➜ +233Gibraltar ➜ +350
Greece ➜ +30Greenland ➜ +299Grenada ➜ +1-473Guadeloupe ➜ +590Guam ➜ +1-671
Guatemala ➜ +502Guernsey ➜ +44-1481 | +44-7781 | +44-7839 | +44-7911Guinea ➜ +224Guinea-Bissau ➜ +245Guyana ➜ +592
Haiti ➜ + 509Honduras ➜ +504Hong Kong ➜ +852Hungary ➜ +36Iceland ➜ +354
India ➜ +91Indonesia ➜ +62Iran ➜ +98Iraq ➜ +964Ireland ➜ +353
Isle of Man ➜ +44-1624Israel ➜ +972Italy ➜ +39Ivory Coast ➜ +225Jamaica ➜ +1-876
Jan Mayen ➜ +47-79Japan ➜ +81Jersey ➜ +44-1534Jordan ➜ +962Kazakhstan ➜ +7-6 | +7-7
Kenya ➜ +254Kiribati Republic ➜ +686Kosovo ➜ +383Kuwait ➜ +965Kyrgyzstan ➜ +996
Laos ➜ +856Latvia ➜ +371Lebanon ➜ +961Lesotho ➜ +266Liberia ➜ +231
Libya ➜ +218Liechtenstein ➜ +423Lithuania ➜ +370 Luxembourg ➜ +352Macau ➜ +853
Macedonia ➜ +389Madagascar ➜ +261Malawi ➜ +265Malaysia ➜ +60Maldives ➜ +960
Mali ➜ +223Malta ➜ +356Marshall Island ➜ +592Martinique ➜+ 596Mauritania ➜ +222
Mauritius ➜ +230Mayotte ➜ +262Mexico ➜ +52Micronesia ➜ +691Moldova ➜ +373
Monaco ➜ +33Mongolia ➜ +976 Montenegro ➜ + 382Montserrat ➜ +1-664Morocco ➜ +212
Mozambique ➜ +258Myanmar ➜ +95Namibia ➜ +264Nauru ➜ +674Nepal ➜ +977
Netherlands ➜ +31Netherlands Antilles ➜ 599Nevis ➜ +869New Caledonia ➜ +687New Zealand ➜ +64
Nicaragua ➜ +505Niger ➜ +227Nigeria ➜ +234Niue ➜ +683North Korea ➜ +850
Northern Cyprus ➜ +90-392Northern Ireland ➜ +44-28Northern Mariana Islands ➜ +1-670Norway ➜ +47Oman ➜ +968
Pakistan ➜ +92Palau ➜ +680Palestine ➜ +970Panama ➜ +507Papua New Guinea ➜ +675
Paraguay ➜ +595Peru ➜ +51Philippines ➜ +63Pitcairn ➜ +64Poland ➜ +48
Portugal ➜ +351Puerto Rico ➜ +1-787 | +1-939Qatar ➜ +874Republic of Congo + 242Reunion ➜ +262
Romania ➜ +40Russia ➜ +7Rwanda ➜ +250Saint Barthélemy ➜ +250Saint Helena ➜ +290
Saint Kitts & Nevis ➜ +1-869Saint Lucia ➜ +1-758Saint Martin ➜ +590Saint Pierre & Miquelon ➜ +508Saint Vincent and the Grenadines ➜ +1-784
Saipan ➜ +670Samoa ➜685San Marino ➜ +378Sao Tome & Principe ➜ + 239Saudi Arabia ➜ +966
Senegal ➜ +221Serbia ➜ +381Seychelles ➜ +248Sierra Leone ➜ +232Singapore ➜ +65
Sint Maarten ➜ +1-721Slovakia ➜ 241Slovenia ➜ +421Solomon Islands ➜ +677Somalia ➜ +252
South Africa ➜ 27South Korea ➜ +82South Sudan ➜ +211Spain ➜ +34Sri Lanka ➜ +94
Sudan ➜ + 249Suriname ➜ +597Svalbard ➜ +47-79Swaziland ➜ +268Sweden ➜ +46
Switzerland ➜ +41Syria ➜ +963Tahiti ➜ +689Taiwan ➜ +886Tajikistan ➜ +7
Tanzania ➜ +255Thailand ➜ +66Togo ➜ +228Tokelau ➜ +690Tonga ➜ +676
Trinidad & Tobago ➜ +1-868Tunisia ➜ +216Turkey ➜ +90Turkmenistan ➜ +993Turks & Caicos Islands ➜ +1-649
Tuvalu ➜ +688Uganda ➜ +256Ukraine ➜ +380United Arab Emirates ➜ +971United Kingdom ➜ +44
United States ➜ +1Uruguay ➜ +598Uzbekistan ➜ +7Vanuatu ➜ + 678Vatican ➜ +379
Venezuela ➜ +58Vietnam ➜ +84Wallis & Futuna ➜ +681Western Sahara ➜ +212Yemen ➜ +967
Yugoslavia ➜ +381Zaire ➜ 243Zambia ➜ +260Zanzibar ➜ +255-24Zimbabwe ➜ +263
Virgin Islands (British)➜ +1-284Virgin Islands (US) ➜ +1-340

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