The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) is a single, national police service with a unified command structure. It is an unarmed service, with an armed response capability, that is mandated by statute to deliver the full range of police services across the Cayman Islands.Read More
On Sunday 11 November, the RCIPS led the Remembrance Day Parade that departed from the George Town Police Station and assembled at the Elmslie Memorial Church.
The RCIPS has granted the procession request for Ride Out Cayman, a motorbike ride that will take place this Sunday, 25 November. Motorists should expect some delays and avoid road travel where possible.
When they arrived the police observed a blue Kia Rio that sustained extensive damage to the front of the vehicle and a light pole that was broken in the middle. A single female occupant was inside the vehicle and she informed the attending officer who was first at the location that she was trapped and could not exit the vehicle.
A man, age 31 of Bodden Town, has been formally charged with two counts of Burglary in relation to two incidents where residences were broken into and a number of personal items and jewelry stolen. He appears in court this afternoon, 19 November.
About 11:30 p.m. on Saturday 16 November the police were conducting a traffic check in the vicinity of Yacht Drive on the Esterly Tibbets Highway. During this check a dark-coloured sedan appeared to slow down to stop upon approaching the location.
Roseanna Redden, age 17, has been located.
Police request public assistance to locate Alejandro Cardenas-Powery, who is wanted in connection with a serious assault.
Wanted man, Joseph Hurlston, age 36 of George Town, was located by officers this evening, 30 September, at an adress on West Bay Road, following a tip from a member of the public. He has been taken into police custody. Another man at the location was also arrested on suspicion of harbouring an offender.
Mr. Orlando Reynolds Martinez has now been located by officers who conducted searches based on tips from members of the public. The RCIPS extends its gratitude to all members of the public who assisted in this matter.
The public is advised that there will be a funeral procession on Saturday, 17 November, starting from the Cayman Islands Baptist Church on Pedro Castle Road and ending at the East End Cemetery on Sea View Road. The procession takes place between 11:30AM and 12:30PM.
Harbour Drive, between Fort and Goring Streets, was closed overnight due to rough weather at the waterfront, but has now been reopened.
The RCIPS is informing the public that a portion of the Linford Pierson Highway will be closed on Sunday, 18 November, between 6:00AM and 8:00PM to facilitate the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists International 10K
On Saturday, 17 November, the Triple C School is hosting their annual 5K, which begins at 4:30PM. The participants will leave from the Triple C School, travel to Mulberry Drive along Walkers Road, and back. No roads will be closed, however, motorists traveling in the area on Saturday afternoon are advised to exercise caution.