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  • 40 Years Old Unemployed Of Belair Charged For Damage to Property And Assault

    40 Years Old Unemployed Of Belair Charged For Damage to Property And Assault

  • 26 Years Unemployed Female Robbed At Gunpoint

    26 Years Unemployed Female Robbed At Gunpoint

  • Police Investigate Arson In Belair

    Police Investigate Arson In Belair

  • Abandoned Building in Barrouallie  Partially Damaged By Fire

    Abandoned Building in Barrouallie Partially Damaged By Fire

  • 48yrs Labourer Of Stubbs Charged For Intimidation And Unlawful Possession Of An Offensive Weapon.

    48yrs Labourer Of Stubbs Charged For Intimidation And Unlawful Possession Of An Offensive Weapon.

  • 53yrs Retired Teacher And 56yrs Painter Jointly Charged For Burglary

    53yrs Retired Teacher And 56yrs Painter Jointly Charged For Burglary

  • 64 Years Old Farmer Of Barrouallie Reported Theft

    64 Years Old Farmer Of Barrouallie Reported Theft

  • 43 -Years Old Fisherman Of Glen Reported Theft

    43 -Years Old Fisherman Of Glen Reported Theft

  • Union Island Unemployed Charged For Assault and Resisting Arrest

    Union Island Unemployed Charged For Assault and Resisting Arrest

  • Retired  Real Estate Agent Of Lodge Village  Reported Burglary

    Retired Real Estate Agent Of Lodge Village Reported Burglary

  • Glen Barber Charged For Wounding

    Glen Barber Charged For Wounding

  • Vermont Labourer Charged For Wounding

    Vermont Labourer Charged For Wounding

  • 32 years old  Unemployed of Belair, Cindy Bynoe Charged with Wounding

    32 years old Unemployed of Belair, Cindy Bynoe Charged with Wounding

  • Yambou Farmer Reported The Theft of livestock by some unknown person(s)

    Yambou Farmer Reported The Theft of livestock by some unknown person(s)

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Welcome Message from the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Colin O. John

I am delighted to welcome you to the official website of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF). I am particularly pleased to be serving as Commissioner of Police at the launch of this website. This is yet another initiative by the police to communicate with all of our stakeholders.

It is the intention of the Royal St. Vincent and Grenadines Police Force to use this website to further ‘bridge’ the divide between the police and the public. The police cannot fight crime in a vacuum; we need the full and continuous support of the general public. Thus, I am optimistic that the public will utilize this website to interact and share information and ideas with us. 

This website will apprise the public about the roles and responsibilities of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force which includes but is not limited to:

  • The prevention and detection of crimes
  • Prosecution of offenders
  • Preservation of the Queen’s peace
  • The protection of life and property

As we work to carry out our mandate, I invite you the public to work with us, because together we can rid our beautiful country of crime and violence and usher in a new period of tranquillity and peace for all of our citizens and visitors. Thanks for visiting our website, enjoy your tour as we showcase the services of the hard working men and women of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force. May God continue to bless you!

Emergency Numbers

There are various ways you can report a crime to us. In an emergency, always dial 999, 911 or 112. You can also report crimes online or at a police station.

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