• INTERPOL Castries
  • Member since :
    18 octobre 1983
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Law enforcement services in St Lucia are provided by the Royal St Lucia Police Force (RSLPF), which was founded in 1834. The Force is headed by a Commissioner of Police who is assisted by two Deputy Commissioners and four Assistant Commissioners responsible for operations, corporate services, territorial policing and crime-fighting.  

The Force has 14 police stations and 19 units nationwide serving a population of 175,000.

Mission Statement

To provide a professional policing service and, in partnership with all communities, to create a safer environment for all people in St. Lucia.

Vision Statement

A professional community policing service aimed at reducing crime, improving road safety and contributing towards a safer environment.


  • Nationwide maintenance of law and order;
  • Preservation of peace;
  • Protection of life and property;
  • Prevention, detection  and investigation of crime;
  • Law enforcement;
  • Apprehension of offenders.


  • Reduce crime, disorder and the fear of crime;
  • Strengthen relationships with local, regional and international law enforcement stake holders;
  • Foster a closer relationship with regional and international INTERPOL member countries;
  • Enhance effectiveness and efficiency in crime reporting and investigations;
  • Ensure that policing services are delivered professionally with integrity and accountability.


The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for St Lucia is part of the RSLPF’s Communication & Information Technologies (IT) Unit.  It is staffed both by members of the IT unit and the RSLPF Central Intelligence Unit.

Priority areas of activity:

  • Deportees and extradition;
  • Counter-terrorism;
  • Drugs, organized and armed crime;
  • Cyber and economic crime;
  • People smuggling and illegal immigration.
INTERPOL Castries in action
23 septembre 2016

Tackling organized crime in Latin America and Caribbean focus of INTERPOL meeting

WILLEMSTAD, Curaçao – Addressing the global problem of Latin American and Caribbean drug crime and its links to other serious crimes, particularly migrant smuggling and human trafficking, was the focus of INTERPOL’s third annual Project Fortaleza meeting held in the Curaçao capital. Project Fortaleza provides Latin American and Caribbean law enforcement w...

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