A Headquarters is highly essential for Kerala Coastal Police to monitor and control all the Coastal Security activities throughout the State.
In Kerala 1st Coastal Police Station was started at Neendakara in Kollam District in the year 2009.
There are so many major and minor vital installations like Petronet LNG, SPM, VSSC Thumpa, Cochin Shipyard, Cochin Port Trust etc
Coastal Police is alert and on sea patrol 24 hours in 3 shifts to secure Coastal frontier by conducting boat patrolling.
General awareness programs for the fishermen community are being organized by Coastal Police in Coastal areas regularly.
In many occasions Kerala Coastal Police, has to undertake dangerous rescue and search by venture operations into the sea, especially in rough seasons.
Website for the Coastal Police is one of the major initiatives helps for free access with the public.
‘Waves of Sea’ – A quarterly newsletter is another initiative of Coastal Police.
A Proposal has been sent to Government for the construction of Coastal Police Headquarters and action is in progress.
A proposal for Coastal Police Battalion has been sent to Government and action is in progress.
A proposal for Coastal Police Academy has been submitted to Government and action is in progress.
At present there are 74 Kadalora Jagratha Samithies and 2 Kayalora Jagratha Samithies and action is in progress to raise the number to 100.
A Scuba Diving Team has been formed by providing special training by Indian Coast Guard.
Action is being taken for purchasing “All Terrain Vehicles” namely “POLARIS RANGER CREW 900-6 seater” to 18 Coastal Police Stations.