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Isle of Man Constabulary
About Isle of Man Constabulary
The Isle of Man Constabulary (Manx: Meoiryn-Shee Ellan Vannin) is the national police service of the Isle of Man, an island of 80,000 inhabitants, situated approximately equidistant from Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England.
The Isle of Man Constabulary has about 236 officers in its establishment. As the Isle of Man is not a part of the United Kingdom, the Constabulary is responsible to the Minister of Home Affairs of the Isle of Man Government. Nevertheless, the service volunteers itself for inspection by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) for England and Wales.
The force is split into four Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs):
- Northern: Ramsey, Andreas, Bride, Ballaugh, Lezayre, Maughold, Jurby, Lonan, Laxey
- Western: Patrick, German, Michael, Peel, Marown
- Southern: Castletown, Port St Mary, Port Erin, Malew, Arbory, Rushen, Santon
- Eastern: Borough of Douglas, Braddan, Onchan
Each NPT is controlled by an inspector who has established a partnership with the local community to help solve issues affecting the local area. The constabulary's headquarters are in Douglas. The present Chief Constable is Gary Roberts.