Anguilla Police Relaunches Confidential Reporting System

ANGUILLA — Commissioner of Police Mr. Paul Morrison has reported that the Royal Anguilla Police Force has relaunched its confidential online reporting system as of 1st November, 2015.

The Commissioner discussed the system during his first Press Conference with members of the media held at Police Headquarters on Tuesday 3rd November, 2015.

The confidential reporting system was first established in May 2007. For more than 8 years, it has provided members of the public with a completely confidential mechanism to provide tips and other information to the RAPF toward Keeping Anguilla Safe.

Reports submitted on this system cannot be traced electronically as with email, social media, texts or caller ID when providing information to the police. The RAPF also wishes to assure the public that such reports are not accessible by Government IT officers.

Although the “link” for the site is posted on, it instantly redirects to the server located in California at a global web hosting corporation. Their systems serve the confidential information needs of more than 15 million clients worldwide, including the RAPF.

Any persons wishing to access the reporting system can do so at  Remember: it is the personal responsibility of every person who resides on Anguilla to “KeepAXASafe”!

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