Here is your quick reference for U.S. Army Europe emergency phone numbers, crisis notification systems, travel advisories, travel alerts and suspicious activity reporting portals.


European and Military Police Emergency Numbers


In the event of an emergency in Europe, you have the options of contacting the local emergency services or calling your local U.S. Military Police.

  • To contact emergency services in all European Union countries and Switzerland dial 112.

  • To contact the Military Police in Wiesbaden dial: 

If you are stationed somewhere other than U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden, click here to find your garrison website

Alert Emergency Notification System

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In the event of an emergency or crisis, U.S. Army Europe relies on a mass notification system called Alert.

Alert is installed on all U.S. Army Europe government computers and when activated, a message will appear in the lower right hand corner of your government computer accompanied by a sound.

To receive Alert messages on personal devices or email, you can register them by right clicking the icon in the lower right hand corner of your government computer and selecting 'Edit Contact Info.' Here you may add personal phone numbers and email addresses to receive Alert's when you are away from your government computer.

For more information on registering, click on your garrison's link:
 

Stay Safe in Europe

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U.S. European Command has directed that ALL DoD personnel in Europe register for the Department of State's Smart Traveler Enrollment ProgramIf you are a service member, U.S. Government employee or contractor go there now and enroll.

Travelling in and around Europe? go to the U.S. Army Europe Travel Portal and find out requirements on traveling in Europe and worldwide. This site can only be accessed by using a Common Access Card (CAC.)

 

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Stay up to date with travel advisories and travel alerts on the U.S. State Department's Travel Advisory and Travel Alert Website.
 

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Report a threat or scam

To report an incident or crime in progress, contact the Military Police.

To submit a report of suspicious activity happening on an installation in Europe click here: Submit a U.S. Army Europe iWatch report. iWatch is a reporting portal run by the U.S. Army Europe Anti-terrorism and Force Protection division.
 

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To make submit a report to U.S. Army Counterintelligence, click the icon. iSalute is a reporting portal run by the U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command.

U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) receives hundreds of reports a month from individuals who have fallen victim to a scam perpetrated by a person impersonating a U.S. Soldier online. If you think you are being scammed or belive that someone is impersonating a Soldier online click here: U.S. Army CID Online Romance Scam Information

iReport

US Army Europe iReport logoiReport is an app developed by U.S. Army Europe and designed to report suspicious activity happening anywhere in Europe from your personal mobile device.

Download the iReport app through the apps stores on GoogleMicrosoft and Apple.

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