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Law enforcement in Saint Lucia

Royal Saint Lucia Police Force
Abbreviation RSLPF
Logo of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force.
Agency overview
Formed January 4, 1999
Employees 1,045
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Federal agency Saint Lucia
Size 238 square miles (620 km2)
Population 175,000
General nature
Operational structure
Agency executive Phillip Francois,
Commissioner of Police
Facilities
Stations 14
Website
Official Website

Law enforcement in Saint Lucia is the responsibility of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF),[1] which was founded in 1834.[2] The Commissioner of Police is Phillip Francois,[3] who commands 947 police officers and civilian employees,[4] in 14 police stations, who serve a resident population of 175,000.[5]

The RSLPF maintains two paramilitary sub organizations; the

  • Royal Saint Lucia Police website
  • Interpol webpage about Saint Lucia

External links

  1. ^ Royal Saint Lucia Police website
  2. ^ Referenced here
  3. ^ Royal Saint Lucia Police. Retrieved 12 July 2012.
  4. ^ Referenced here
  5. ^ Referenced by Interpol
  6. ^ Royal Saint Lucia Police History
  7. ^ US Department of State entry Retrieved 4 June 2007
  8. ^ More Royal Saint Lucia Police History

References

See also

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force includes The Royal Saint Lucia Police Band also known as The Band of the Royal St Lucia Police Force, which is a specialized department within the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. The Band consists of Police Constables which specialize in Music and Arts. Band members with the rank of Police Constable or higher are expected to conduct the duties and responsibilities of a regular Police Officer (Law Enforcement) with the exception of Band Cadets and Band Apprentices who are not sworn to oath.

The Royal St Lucia Police Band

Band

Contents

  • Band 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

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