Security in Sallèles-d’Aude

Emergency numbers

In case of emergency, please dial 112 or:

Police Secours 17
Firefighters 18
City police +33(0)6 80 25 12 11 (mobile) (French only)

Firefighters of Sallèles-d’Aude

Sallèles-d’Aude has a fire station led by lieutenant Jean-Pierre Bardy. It is composed of 32 volunteers 3 of which are nurses.

Sallèles-d’Aude firestation
Avenue d’Empare
11 590 Sallèles-d’Aude
Phone: +33(0) 4 68 46 85 65 (French only)

Sapeurs pompiers de Sallèles d'Aude

Road traffic safety

The city hall does everything in its power to ensure safe roads.

For instance, in 2009, avenue Marcelin-Albert has been completely updated for more safety around schools. Moreover, moving gates are used to isolate avenue Marcelin-Albert and rue Paul-Riquet and ensure that pupils can walk safely when entering and leaving school. In 2014, avenue d’Empare was equipped with speed bumps to reduce car speed and with barriers and posts to protect walkways.

Moreover, as requested during public meetings, new road signs have been set up on avenue de Truilhas to slow down cars.

Since 2013, avenue du Stade has been improved to ensure safe walking to the stadium or to the commercial area.

Nevertheless, the city hall asks for everyone’s citizenship and respect.

Avenue d'Empare sécurisée Travaux avenue du stade

Road safety issues

To prevent road safety issues, an online service has been created to check the number of points on one’s driving licence. Drivers can view the number of available points on their driving licence via the secure Website This service is free of charge. Moreover, drivers wanting to take part in training courses to get points back can check how many spots are left in the region in real time: list of training courses in the Sallèles-d’Aude area


A few years ago, when some inhabitants expressed their concerns about security, the city hall decided to set up a CCTV system. This system is regularly improved. Today, the number of crimes is significantly lower. Using force only as a last resort, the city police do everything in their power to inform the population. This presence, even during weekends, is generally enough to dissuade troublemakers.