Seek the continuous improvement of engagement and contact with the community to enhance trust and confidence in the services provided.
PROTECTING THE VULNERABLE
Keeping the Falkland Islands safe by reducing crime and working together with partners to better lives of the children, young people and most vulnerable within our community.
PROFESSIONALISING THE ROYAL FALKLAND ISLANDS POLICE SERVICE
By the continuous professional development of our staff and by increasing local capacity and capability.
Working with partners, volunteers and stakeholders to minimise and manage identified risks. To maintain public safety and to effectively respond to incidents ensuring a proportionate outcome is achieved.
DAY & NIGHT TIME ECONOMY POLICING
Working with the community, partners and stakeholders to embed day and night-time economy plans to help encourage tourism, reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and alcohol related incidents.
The Royal Falkland Islands Police
The Royal Falkland Islands Police currently has an establishment of 14 Police Constables, 4 Detective Constables, 12 Reserve Police Constables (similar to UK special constables but paid), 2 uniform Sergeants, a Detective Sergeant, an Inspector and a Superintendent who is the Chief Police Officer. Four police support staff are employed. There is the Senior Clerk, a Licensing Officer and two Station Enquiry Officers.
An islands-wide service is provided with 24-hour cover. The police control room maintains a listening watch on marine and civilian emergency radio frequencies and is where all “999” emergency calls are taken and processed.Read More