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We prefer the phrase "Triple Zero" over "Triple Oh" because of potential confusion when using alphanumeric keypads which could cause people to incorrectly dial "666" in an emergency, not Triple Zero (000).

This website is operated by the Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority "ESTA", Victoria, Australia.

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"Only call Triple Zero (000) if you need emergency help from police, fire or ambulance"

Last updated 25th July, 2016
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