• INTERPOL Mbabane
  • Member since :
    9 October 1975
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Royal Swaziland Police Service


His Majesty King Mswati III inspecting CID officers

Created in 1907, the Royal Swaziland Police is part of the Prime Minister’s office.  The Police Commissioner is responsible for its administration and is directly accountable to the King of Swaziland, who acts as the Commissioner-in-Chief of the Police. 


Creating a secure and peaceful environment permitting all to live free of the fear of crime.


  • To maintain peace and public order;
  • To prevent and detect crime;
  • To control traffic and reduce accidents;
  • To pursue and apprehend offenders and bring them to justice;
  • To execute court summons and subpoenas;
  • To enforce state law;
  • To collate information on internal state security;
  • To provide security to Royalty and VIPs.


The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Swaziland is the exclusive Royal Swaziland Police platform enabling domestic investigations to reach out to police forces across the world.


  • Liaise and coordinate domestic matters requiring international support and investigation;
  • Provide national law enforcement with access to police information in INTERPOL databases;
  • Monitor, track and coordinate fugitive extradition requests;
  • Share highly classified intelligence with NCBs and the General Secretariat;
  • Deliver presentations to domestic law enforcement institutions and the general public on INTERPOL and international crime trends.

In cooperation with local law enforcement, INTERPOL Mbabane regularly coordinates field operations targeting either the illegal trade in protected species or violations of intellectual property rights.  Operations result in frequent seizures and arrests.

INTERPOL Mbabane in action
02 March 2017

Anti-wildlife trafficking operation results in global arrests and seizures

LYON, France – A global operation tackling the illegal trade in wildlife and timber has resulted in the identification of nearly 900 suspects and 1,300 seizures of illicit products worth an estimated USD 5.1 million.The results, announced ahead of World Wildlife Day (3 March), mark INTERPOL’s ongoing commitment to supporting its 190 member countries in co...
12 July 2016

1,500 police in operation targeting crime networks across Eastern and Southern Africa

KENYA/ZIMBABWE - An operation across Eastern and Southern Africa targeting transnational crimes including human, drug and arms trafficking, people smuggling, terrorism, car theft and environmental crime has resulted in nearly 4,500 arrests.To address the wide-ranging yet often interlinked types of crime across the region, some 1,500 officers were deployed...
09 June 2016

Online sale of fake medicines and products targeted in INTERPOL operation

LYON, France - Fake cancer medication, substandard HIV and diabetes testing kits, counterfeit dental equipment and illicit surgical equipment – just a snapshot of the potentially life-threatening drugs and goods seized during INTERPOL’s Operation Pangea IX.Targeting the illicit online sale of medicines and medical devices and involving some 193 police, cu...
22 December 2015

Elephant ivory and rhino horn trafficking targeted across Africa in Operation Worthy II

LYON, France – An INTERPOL-led operation targeting ivory trafficking in Africa has resulted in 376 arrests, the seizure of 4.5 tonnes of elephant ivory and rhino horn and the investigation of 25 criminal groups involved in the illicit trade.Operation Worthy II took place from January to October and involved law enforcement across 11 African countries: Eth...

Red Notices 23

Age today: 47 years old
Nationality: Tanzania


Age today: 31 years old
Nationality: Swaziland


All wanted persons

Yellow Notices 7

Age today: 49 years old
Nationality: Swaziland


Age today: 70 years old
Nationality: Swaziland


All Missing persons