Isle of Man Constabulary
The Isle of Man Constabulary provides a policing service to the people of the Isle of Man 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
In an emergency call 999. For other matters, contact:
Chief Constable Gary Roberts was appointed on 1 January 2013 and heads a force of 236 officers, around 50 support staff and a number of Special Constables and Community Volunteers. Mr Roberts is the first Chief Constable for the Island who has served solely as an Isle of Man officer for all his service.
The mission statement of the Isle of Man Constabulary is Keeping People Safe. Over recent years the force has enjoyed unprecedented success in terms of crime reduction and public satisfaction in the Island's policing. The Isle of Man continues to be one of the safest communities in the British Isles. In 2012, the force became the first police force anywhere to achieve Investors In People Gold Standard.
The current Constabulary budget is around £12million.