Updated April 2012
What is it?
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) is a volunteer emergency service organisation which gives immediate assistance to the community during emergencies and disasters.
ACTSES volunteers provide emergency response to the ACT community 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The main function of the ACTSES is to undertake planning and response operations for storms and floods. ACTSES may also assist ambulance, fire and police services in dealing with a range of incidents or emergencies.
Who runs it?
The ACT State Emergency Service is part of the ACT Emergency Services Agency in the Justice and Community Safety Directorate.
For emergency help during a flood or storm
Ph: 132 500
Web: ACT State Emergency Service