Gov.im uses cookies to make the site simpler. Find out more about cookies

Home Affairs

Head Office

Homefield

88 Woodbourne Road

Douglas

IM2 3AP

Telephone

+44 1624 694300

Minister

Hon Juan Watterson BA(Hons) ACA MHK

CEO

Mark Kelly

Budget

£28,363,302

Email

Send email

The core purpose of the Department of Home Affairs is to ensure community safety in the Isle of Man. It aims to improve the quality of life for Island residents by providing effective services for their safety, protection and security.

The operational services of the Department are:

  • Isle of Man Constabulary (including Emergency Planning and Civil Defence)
  • Isle of Man Fire and Rescue Service
  • Isle of Man Prison and Probation Service and
  • Communications Division

The administration of the Department is via the Chief Executive's Office, which exists primarily to support the operational services in achieving their aims and objectives, and to aid the Chief Executive in driving policy and strategy.

The Department is also responsible for establishing and maintaining the Police Consultative Forum, the Police Advisory Group and the Parole Committee, along with informal consultative bodies such as the Licensing Forum and the Firearms Consultative Committee.  In addition, the Department supports the activities of the Drug and Alcohol Strategy Group and the Safeguarding Children Board.

Did you find what you were looking for?
Back to top