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911 Emergency Philippines Version is Now Downloadable

Pure Force Citizens App is a new mobile phone application that gives anyone an access to emergency request 24 hours and 7 days a week in the Philippines. The app is now downloadable on iOS, Android and will soon be available in Microsoft mobile phones as well.

Philippines Emergency number 911

The new mobile app is Philippine’s version of 911 Emergency is already being used by many not just for an emergency but also for rescue operations. All thanks to our dear President Rodrigo Duterte who mandated the realization of a nationwide 911 Emergency Response System. With this new software, Filipinos can easily report accidents, crimes, fires, or any kind of emergency, anytime and anywhere.

The dispatchers will be professionals from different expertise which includes an emergency medical technician, registered nurses, and other trained professionals. All the user needs to do is download the app and press the “911 Emergency” green bar and it will automatically signal the command center to contact you.

Users can also hold the “Police button” for 5 seconds to activate the tracking feature of the app that will signal the command center to track the user even while on the move. This feature will be very useful for kidnapping case where users only have a few seconds to react before they are taken by force. Aside from that, the app comes with many more uses including sending a complain directly to the President of the Philippines.

Other option includes:

“2286 PNP CHIEF” to contact the Chief of Philippine National Police

“NBI” for issues and concerns regarding or for National Bureau of Investigation.

“86505 PURE FORCE” spare and alternate nationwide emergency number.

“CITY CONCERNS” for complaints about the city

“SEXUAL HARASSMENT” for issues and concerns regarding sexual harassment

“OFW” for issues and concerns of an OFW (functions regardless of the user’s location)

“TOURIST CONCERNS” for issues and concerns regarding or for Department of Tourism and other agencies that will cater to tourist concerns.

“DRUNK DRIVER” for reports on driving under the influence of alcohol

“TOWING SERVICE” for towing concerns

“TRAFFIC ENFORCER” for issues and concerns regarding or for traffic enforcers.

“AIRPORT” for issues and concerns regarding or for Philippines airport

“MMDA” – for issues and concerns regarding or for Metro Manila Development Authority.

“DPWH” – for issues and concerns regarding or for Department of Public Works and Highways.

“BIR” for issues and concerns regarding or for Bureau of Internal Revenue

“BOC” for issues and concerns regarding or for Bureau of Customs

“DENR” for issues and concerns regarding or for Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

“DILG” – for issues and concerns regarding or for Department of the Interior and Local Government.

“DOLE” – for issues and concerns regarding or for Department of Labor and Employment.

“IACT” – for issues and concerns regarding or for Inter-Agency for Council Traffic.

 

“NDRRMC/LDDRRMO” for issues and concerns regarding or for National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council or Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.

“OTHER CONCERNS” for issues and concerns not applicable to other options

For more information, visit Pure Force Citizens App.

 

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