Law enforcement in Grenada

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Royal Grenadian Police station, Grand Anse, St. George's, Grenada

Law enforcement in Grenada is the responsibility of the Royal Grenada Police Force, or RGPF. The RGPF enforces criminal, immigration, and maritime laws. It is also held responsible for seaport security and fire services. With 15 police stations and 900 staff members, the force responds to over 15,000 crimes and incidents per year. The Royal Grenada Police Force also has a paramilitary force for national defense.[1]

Former commissioners

Notes

  1. ^ Royal Grenada Police Force
  2. ^ "Vote Grenada 2008 - New National Party candidate: Fitzroy Bedeau". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2017-03-29. 

External links

  • Royal Grenada Police Force - RGPF - Official Website. 17 Jan. 2009 [1].


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