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Minister of Home Affairs (Isle of Man)

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Minister of Home Affairs (Isle of Man)

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 Hon Juan Watterson MHK., Minister for Home Affairs
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 Juan Watterson MHK.


Non Government Agencies reporting to DHA

  • Communications Commission

Previous Ministers

Ministers for Home Affairs

Chairmen of the Home Affairs Board

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