Atlee Patrick Rodney

Atlee Patrick Rodney serves as the esteemed Commissioner of Police for the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda. His journey with the organization began in 1982, when he enlisted to serve his country. After a distinguished career spanning several decades, Rodney was appointed as Commissioner of Police in 2019, following a two-year period as Acting Commissioner. Commissioner Rodney’s leadership has been characterized by his commitment to public safety and his proactive approach to community policing. His tenure has seen significant strides in modernizing the force and enhancing the capabilities of officers to effectively tackle crime and ensure the safety of citizens and visitors alike. 

In addition to his national duties, Commissioner Rodney has made his mark on the regional law enforcement landscape. In 2021, he was elected as the First Vice President of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP), reflecting his peers’ recognition of his expertise and leadership qualities. Commissioner Rodney’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree, which has provided a solid foundation for his analytical and strategic approach to policing. His commitment to continuous professional development is evident in his engagement with international law enforcement communities, including participation in alumni events of the ILEA Roswell program. 

Throughout his career, Commissioner Rodney has received accolades for his service, including being awarded the Queen’s Police Medal (QPM), which is a testament to his dedication and exemplary service in law enforcement. As he leads the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda into a new era of policing, Commissioner Rodney remains focused on building a resilient force capable of adapting to the evolving challenges of crime prevention and public safety. His vision for a community-centric police force drives his efforts to foster trust and collaboration between the police and the communities they serve.