Telephone Number: (632) 527-0000
Hotline: 143
Address: The Philippine National Red Cross Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, PO Box 280 Manila 2803
Email Address:


Telephone Number: +63 29115061-4
Fax: +63 29111406
Address: Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Email Address:

Bureau of Fire Protection

Address: Camp Vicente Lim, Canlubang, Calamba City, Province of Laguna, Philippines 4029
Hotline Number: 729-5166 / 410-6254 / 431-8859 / 407-1230
Region III
Address: New Public Market, Del Pilar, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines
Telephone Number: +63(45)8600038
Address: Camp Vicente Lim, Canlubang, Calamba City, Province of Laguna, Philippines 4029
Telephone Number: (049) 8340603
Address: Hectan Commercial Center, Barangay Halang, Calamba City, Laguna
Telefax: (049) 545-2742
Email Address:
Region V
Address: 2nd floor, ANST Building, F. Aquende Drive, Albay District, Legazpi City
Telephone Number: 481-5013
Region VI
Address: Gen. M Peralta Jr. Drive, Iloilo City, Philippines 5000
Telephone Number: 337-6918
Region VII (Cebu City)
Address: N. Bacalso Avenue, Cebu City
Telephone Number: (032) 2560541 / 2548385 or 2550862 (direct line)
Region VIII
Telephone Number: (053) 335-6391
Region IX
Address: Mayor Climaco Avenue, Zamboanga City
Telephone Number: (062) 991-5320/991-3626
Region X
Address: Maharlika Bldg, Gumamela Extn, Carmen, Cagayan De Oro City
Telephone Number/Fax: (08822) 711573/723020
Region XI
Address: Leon Garcia Corner, Monteverde Sts. Davao City
Telefax: (082) 221-6658
Region XII
Address: Sumpay Building, Block IV MaraƱon Village, Barangay Zone III, Koronadal City
Fax Numbers: (083)381-0180 / (083)520-0224
Telephone Number: (064) 421 6903
Email Address:
Address: Brgy Rizal, Surigao City
Telephone Number: (086) 232 5131
Website: bfpregion13

Philippine National Police

Emergency Police Assistance

Dial 1-1-7
or Call the Nearest Police Station for Life-Threatening Police Emergency Assistance or On-going crime or illegal activities Only

Via Short Text Messaging Service (SMS)
Type: PNP (space) (message) then send to 2920

Dial (632) 72531-79 / (632) 721-8544
PNP Explosives & Ordinance Unit/Public Information Office For Terrorist Threats or Acts of Terrorism

Dial (632) 722-0650 local 3453/3473
For Complaints Referrals Action Center

Dial (632) 722-0650
4252 PNP Police Community Relations Group For Non-Emergency Police Response

Dial (632) 722-1918
PNP Anti Illegal Drug Special Operation Task Force Illegal Drugs Narcotics Activities

Dial (632) 722-4068 / (632) 725-1133 local 4359
PNP Task Force Limbas/ Anti-Carnapping For Highway Robbery & Other Motor Vehicle related crimes

Dial (632) 725-2147 Local 4371
PACER For Organized Crime & Kidnapping with Ransom

Dial (632) 726-1575
Criminal Investigation & Detection Group For Most Wanted / Fugitives Person or Arrest Warrant Information

Dial (632) 723-0401 local 5444/3697
For Womens Crisis and Child Protection Office

Dial (632) 726-1575
Criminal Investigation & Detection Group For Cyber Crime / Computer Related Crimes

Dial (632) 724-8712
Civil Security Group - (FED) For Firearms and Explosives Transactions

Dial (632) 722-2939
Civil Security Group - (SAGSD) For Security Agencies and Guards Transactions

Dial (632) 725-3168
Directorate for Intelligence For Police Clearance Related Transactions

Dial (632) 724-8869
Highway Patrol Group For Motor Vehicle Related Transactions

Dial (632) 725-3168
DRD For PNP Supplier Accreditations

Dial (632) 724-3790
Public Information Office For Media Affairs and Official Press Statements

Dial (632) 899-7504
Internal Affairs Service For Police Services Complaints or Complaints on a Police Officer

Dial (632) 721-9685
DPRM - Recruitment Selection Division For Recruitment and Employment Oppurtunities

Dial (632) 724-8773/724-8767/724-8790
DIDM For Police Crime Statistics / Task Force Usig Updates





Before Flood: (Source:
  • Find out how often your location is likely to be flooded.
  • Know the flood warning system in your community and be sure your family knows it.
  • Keep informed of daily weather condition.
  • Designate an evacuation area for the family and livestock.
  • Assign family members instructions and responsibilities according to an evacuation plan.
  • Keep a stock of food which requires little cooking and refrigeration; electric power may be interupted.
  • Keep a portable transistorized radio and flashlight with spare batteries, emergency cooking equipment, candles, matches, and first-aid kit handy in case of emergency.
  • Store supplies and other household effects above expected flood water level.
  • Securely anchor weak dwellings and items.
When Warned of Flood
  • Watch for rapidly rising flood waters.
  • Turn off electricity at the main switch in the building before evacuating and also lock your house.
  • Listen to your radio for emergency instructions.
  • Store drinking water in containers. Water service may be interrupted.
  • Move household belongings to upper levels.
  • Get livestock to higher ground.
During Flood
  • Avoid areas subject to sudden flooding.
  • Do not attempt to cross rivers of flowing streams where water is above the knee.
  • Beware of water-covered roads and bridges.
  • Avoid unnecessary exposure to the elements.
  • Do not go swimming or boating in swollen rivers.
  • Eat only well-cooked food. Protect left-overs against contamination.
  • Drink clean or preferably boiled water ONLY.
After Flood:
  • Re-enter the dwellings with caution using flashlights, not lanterns or torches. Flammables may be inside.
  • Be alert for fire hazards like broken wire connections.
  • Do not eat food and drink water until they have been checked for flood water contamination.
  • Report broken utility lines (electricity, water, gas, and telephone) to appropriate agencies/authorities.
  • Do not turn on the main switch or use appliances and other equipment until they have been cleaned, dried or thoroughly checked by a competent electrician.
  • Consult health authorities for immunization requirements.
  • Do not go "sight-seeing" in disaster areas. Your presence might hamper rescue and other emergency operations.

Every year, more than 100 Filipinos die in home fires. Thousands more suffer with the loss of house and valuables while hundreds are injured by fire

If a fire occurs in your home, your chances of survival will depend on how quickly and safety you are able to get out. This site gives you advice on how to prevent a fire, and how to protect yourself should one occur.

  • Put phone numbers of fire department near phone.
  • Eliminate fire hazards through good housekeeping. Dispose waste paper, rubbish, and other flammable materials regularly.
  • Keep matches out of the children's reach.
  • Oil or gas lamps and candles should be placed away from curtains. Do not put them where the wind, children or pets may topple them. Put out the flame before going to bed.
  • Do not keep flammable materials like gasoline, alcohol, and paint inside the house.
  • Regularly check your electrical installations, and have all frayed wirings and electrical fixtures changed or repaired by a licensed electrician.
  • Do not overload electrical circuits by putting additional lights and appliances.
  • Blown fuses should not be replaced with coins, wires, or any metal.
  • Never leave a lit cigarette/cigar/pipe unattended-it may fall on flammable materials which could start a fire.
  • Crush your cigarettes and cigar stubs thoroughly before discarding them. Provide yourselves with ashtray. Do not smoke in bed.
  • Oil or gas and other native lamps should be place away from curtains and other objects that easily catch fire. Do not put them where the wind, children, cats or other moving beings may topple them. Put out the flame before going to bed.
  • Do not store any flammable substance or any volatile liquid in the kitchen. Cover the flammable container tightly.
  • Extinguish all live charcoals and embers or concentrate them in the middle of the stove after being through with kitchen chores. Make it a habit to inspect the kitchen before retiring. Most fires in the home occur at night.
  • Keep matches and lighters away from reach of children.
  • Clear the corners and nook of the house from rubbish, rags and other waste materials.
  • Remove the accumulation of leaves in gutters and other parts of the roof and wood shaving and litters in the attic.
  • Quantities of flammables, such as gasoline, oil benzene, naptha, alcohol, and other highly flammable materials should be kept in dwelling houses.
  • Rubbish burning should be done on the stove or in the yard away from the house wall. Every smoldering coal left from the bonfire should be extinguished. Be careful that no flying embers from bonfire would alight on the roof of the houses.
  • Do not use open flames for decorations.
  • Combustible objects, such as firewoods, waste paper and rugs should not be indiscriminately dumped or strewn in the house. Boxes should be regularly cleaned.
  • Kerosene and oil stoves should be checked to leakage and they should be regularly cleaned.
  • Do not use leaking liquefied petroleum gas equipment.
  • Remove clothing if not stuck.
  • Immerse burned area in lukewarm water or applied cold pack (never use ice) unless skin is open or blistered.
  • Cover burn with sterile or clean dressing.
  • Call for emergency help (usually 117) or rush conscious victim to hospital.
  • DO NOT remove clothing, DO NOT immerse in cold water.
  • Cover burn with clean material; keep victim warm, elevated burned feet or legs.
  • If not breathing, give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation: tilt-lift chin, pinch nose shut, seals mouth with yours gives 2 full breaths. Repeat: 1 breath each 5 seconds.
  • PROMPTLY call for emergency aid, or rush to hospital immediately.
  • If chemical container is nearby, obey first aid steps on it. Keep it to show to the hospital personnel.
  • Until helps arrived, remove clothing from burn and flood burn with water, if face is burned the eyes. DOCTORS SHOULD SEE ALL BURNS, EXCEPT IF SKIN IS REDDENED IN ONLY SMALL AREA.