Department of Home Affairs (Isle of Man)

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Department of Home Affairs
Department overview
Formed 1986
Jurisdiction Isle of Man
Headquarters Homefield, 88 Woodbourne Road, Douglas, Isle of Man
Employees 565
Annual budget GBP32.4m for 2011-2012
Minister responsible
Department executive
  • Mark Kelly, Chief Executive Officer
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The Department of Home Affairs (Manx: Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie) ensures the safety, protection and security of the Isle of Man.

The Department is responsible for the police, the Fire and Rescue Service, the Prison Service & Isle of Man Prison, the Probation Service, emergency planning and Civil Defence.

The current Minister for Home Affairs is Bill Malarkey MHK.


Non-government agencies reporting to DHA[edit]

  • Communications Commission

Previous ministers[edit]

Ministers for Home Affairs[edit]

Chairmen of the Home Affairs Board[edit]