The Luxembourgish police is in charge of ensuring the security on the national territory. It protects the rights and liberties of the citizens and ensures the protection of people and goods, while maintaining the public order.
You will find on the police website all the necessary information on the Luxembourgish police itself or in case of burglary, fraud, robbery, violence, cyber-harassment, … as well as all prevention tips to avoid to be the victim of theft or violence.
Police emergencies: 113 National Intervention Center
In case of emergency, threat or danger, you can contact the Grand Ducal Police 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling the National Intervention Center at 113.
Your call will either be handled directly or transferred to the competent regional police.
In order that your call to be taken into account and processed as soon as possible, give your identity, your location, the place where you are and a clear description of the facts reported. The person you are speaking to will ask you all necessary questions to take into account the situation.
Road safety and roadside checks
For road safety and to enable everyone to safely run on Luxembourgish roads, regardless of the means of transport used, you can find on the website of the grand-ducal police all kinds of useful advice.
For a better prevention of accidents, roadside checks carried out by the police are announced on their website.
E-police station for your administrative procedures with the police
For some administrative procedures with the police, you do not have to go to one of the police stations anymore. You can directly take the following steps online:
- filing a complaint
- declaring a lost or found object
- reporting damage caused by a vehicle to another vehicle or a part of the road system (this does not apply to personal accidents!)
- asking for the police surveillance service during your holidays
- reporting the harassment of your children via the internet (grooming)
- reporting cases of child sex tourism while traveling abroad
- enrolling your child in the “Schueberfouer‘s lost children” service (to be done the day before your visit to the Fouer at the latest and during working days)
More information on the police website.