Make a note of the emergency numbers to call when in Ireland.

Emergency Police, Fire, Ambulance:

ROI Tel: 112 or 999 

The fire, ambulance and police services in Ireland are all contactable via the above numbers. When calling emergency services you will be asked to provide:

  • The exact address of the incident or emergency and/or any noticeable landmarks nearby
  • Directions to the scene of the emergency
  • The telephone number you are calling from
  • Details on the incident itself, the number of persons involved, the description of any visible injuries and knowledge of any pre-existing medical conditions. 

Try and stay calm and listen to the call taker’s instructions. It is also important to keep your own phone on as the emergency service may need to contact you for further information.

Carrick on Suir Garda Station, is located Greenside S, Carrick-On-Suir, Co. Tipperary

Carrick on Suir Fire Station, is located on the Clonmel Road, Carrick-On-Suir, Co. Tipperary

Vehicle Breakdown: 

Republic of Ireland

Should you wish to avail of the services of the Automobile Association in Ireland, you will need to register for a minimum of a year’s membership with them. This will cost approximately €220.

Automobile Association (AA) Breakdown Service
Tel: 1800 66 77 88; www.aaireland.ie

Tourist Victim Support

Republic of Ireland

Tourists who become victims of a crime while in Ireland can contact the Irish Tourist Assistance Service (ITAS). ITAS staff speak a number of foreign languages will be able to provide assistance to any problems facing a tourist in the aftermath of a crime. Trained staff and volunteers, who speak a variety of languages, will provide assistance so that the victim can get back to enjoying their holiday. Brochures are available in all tourist offices.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm; Sundays and public holidays from 12pm-6pm

6-7 Hanover Street East, Dublin 2 (Monday to Friday); tel: 1890 365 700 (local number; from outside Ireland tel: +353 1 661 0562); email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Store Street Garda Station, Store Street, Dublin 1 (Sat, Sun and public holidays); tel: 1 890 365 700 (local number; outside Ireland tel: +353 1 661 0562