Co-ordinating Centre for Criminal Intelligence & Drugs
The GCID was established in the early part of 1997 to co-ordinate the gathering, analysis and use of criminal intelligence. It is a non operational unit. Operational duties remain the responsibility of the agencies to which they are presently assigned. It was formed as an addition to Gibraltar's efforts in the local and international fight against drugs trafficking, money laundering and other major crime. It is manned by officers seconded to it from the Royal Gibraltar Police, Gibraltar Services Police and Gibraltar Customs. Additionally, the United Kingdom's HM Customs & Excise aslo have an officer seconded to the unit.
Guide to Law Online, Gibraltar
The Guide to Law Online, prepared by the United States Law Library of Congress Public Services Division, is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online. It includes selected links to useful and reliable sites for legal information.
This website describes the judicial system of Gibraltar, including annual reports, with links to other governmental and business sites.
This website of the Royal Gibraltar Police provides an overview of the history of policing in Gibraltar and a description of the policing plan for the coming years. The latest annual report is also available for download.