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NISPSAS - Fully Owned by:
The Federal Ministry of Interior
The Nigerian Internal Security and Public Safety Alert System (NISPSAS) is owned by the Federal Ministry of Interior on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Agencies fully collaborating in NISPSAS include The Nigerian Police, Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, The Federal Fire Service, The Nigerian Immigration Service, and the Nigerian Correctional Service and others.
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01. Alert
24/7 Constant Surveillance Monitoring
NISPSAS provides Security Agencies in Nigeria with a 24/7 support surveillance monitoring platform to respond to your emergencies. Each Agency has its own individual response protocol procedure. NISPSAS enables the effective joint collaboration of these Agencies in their field operations to ensure time in response and relief support are down to bare minimal
02. Verify
Reliable Unified Security Database
NISPSAS also provides the Nigerian Public with preventive security protection. From road crime control system transport operator verification, fire extinguisher verification to artisan verification and criminal status verification, NISPSAS ensures that the Public remains safe whether at home, work or on the road.
03. Report
You may be on camera.
Armed with NISPSAS, you too can be a security and safety associate partnering with the Federal Government and Security Agencies to ensure we make Nigeria crime-free. If you spot suspicious activity/persons or catch a crime live in action you can report directly to Security Agents with evidence to use in enforcement.
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Ensuring Internal Security and Public Safety
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Nigeria Internal Security and Public Safety Alert System (NISPSAS) is an integrated and single mobile application developed to assist the Public access prompt response to emergencies  and Public Safety concerns under the Federal Ministry of Interior Situation Coordination.

In line with the Federal Government’s Security, Safety and Counter Terrorism Measures, the Ministry of Interior Initated the Situation Room (MISR) to achieve the following aims among others:

  1. Enhance effective joint coordination of emergency and public safety response agencies activities.
  2. Monitor and facilitate the degree of responsiveness of Agencies to distress alerts and emergencies.
  3. Constantly monitor the level of preparedness of all agencies for emergency.
  4. Provide needed-statistics for Internal Securityand Public Safety.
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NISPSAS Security Components
NISPSAS addresses the following threats to the Internal Security and Public Safety of all Nigerians. Through the creation of a reliable Unified Security Database, you can register and verify these potential threats to your Safety.
In cases of natural disasters such as flooding or other emegergencies, NISPSAS equips the public with medium to call emergency...
In critical life-threatening incidents of crime, accidents, fire and medical emergencies, NISPSAS has been provided as a quick medium to...
Prevent and avoid kidnappings, abductions, one-chance, rape, passenger assault, robberies and other heinous crimes that characterize road transportation. With NISPSAS...
The Safety and protection of our children from external and internal threats at schools is of utmost priority. NISPSAS equips...
How well do you know the strangers living in your house as domestic staff or working with you at the...
NISPSAS in hospitals ensures that patients are kept safe at all times. The growing rate of patient kidnappings from hospitals...
Keeping your finances and financial information secure is extremely important. Prevent fraudsters and hackers from stealing your hard-earned savings through...
Stay safe at the workplace. As an artisan employer keep your workplace secure by making sure your staff are identifiable...
Private Security Guards and vigilante guard businesses, homes, financial institutions. There is a need for registration and identification for proper...
From farm to markets and then to storage or processing or exports, products should be fresh and free from theft...
Sectors We Serve
NISPSAS brings together the collaboration of various Ministries, Departments and Agencies who ensure that prompt, rescue, relief and security services of lives and property of the Nigerian Public is assured
Trade and Investment
Agriculture
Transportation
Health
Education
Banks
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Federal Ministry of Transportation
Federal Ministry of Justice
Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment
VIO-DVLA
Vehicle Inspection Office. Driver and Vehicle Licensing Administration
The Nigerian Police
Department of State Security Services
Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps
Nigerian Immigration Service
Federal Fire Service
Nigerian Prisons Service
Federal Road Safety Corps
Nigerian Communications Commission
National Information Technology Development Agency
National Identity Management Commission
National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons
Vigilante Group of Nigeria
Central Bank of Nigeria
National Orientation Agency
Nigerian Television Authority
National Union of Road Transport Workers
Nigerian Postal Service
Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria
Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners
Amalgamated Commercial Tricycle & Motorcycle Owners, Repairs & Riders Association of Nigeria
Tricycle Owners Association of Nigeria
Tricycle Owners Association of Nigeria
Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System
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How do I download NISPSAS?

NISPSAS Mobile App is available on Google PlayStore. Simply search for the word “NISPSAS” in the PlayStore Search bar on your smartphone then click the “Install” button. On certain phones, you may have to delete some files to make space to install the app. Please call the number below if you need further assistance.

Can I make send an alert without opening NISPSAS?

Yes, you can. NISPSAS uses the SOS function of your mobile phone to send out alerts. Simply press the power button of your phone three times to activate SOS alert on your phone and send a panic alert through NISPSAS

Can I get response from anywhere in Nigeria?

Yes, you can. NISPSAS is active in all the 36 states and their respective LGAs. The Global Positioning System technology allows NISPSAS to track your location anywhere in Nigeria.

Do I pay to use NISPSAS services?

No. NISPSAS mobile app has been provided free and at no charge to the Nigerian public. The use of NISPSAS emergency alert services also does not incur charges. In response to the growing rate of Insecurity in Nigeria, NISPSAS is provided to the public as a service.

What if I do not have a smartphone?

Soon you will be able to use USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) Code to send text SMS to the NISPSAS dashboard. NISPSAS is in talks with Telecom firms on the introduction of USSD codes for NISPSAS services. Already the *735# USSD code for transport vehicle registration is in use.

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