Report incident locations efficiently | what3words
Who accepts what3words?
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UK Emergency Services

Most UK emergency services accept what3words addresses from callers. This is helping them find and respond to incidents faster.

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UK Power Networks

To improve response time and safety, report the exact location of damaged power lines and more using what3words.

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Neath Port Talbot Council

Help the Council easily find and respond to fly tipping incidents by using the what3words field in its incident reporting form.

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The AA

AA customers can provide their what3words address during a breakdown to help identify their location faster.

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League Against Cruel Sports

Report the precise locations of crimes against animals by using the what3words field in this charity’s incident reporting form.

National Grid worker at site

National Grid

Report the what3words address of incidents to improve response time and safety across the National Grid.

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Western Power Distribution

Report the what3words address of any incident to help this network operator find and respond to incidents faster.

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Missingpeople.org

Accepts what3words addresses so that you can report sightings of vulnerable missing people and get support sent faster.

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Your-999

When you upload an incident’s photos, its what3words address will be added to the Your-999 app and portal, helping emergency services tackle crime faster.