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
These new police emergency lights have been programmed to increase the visibility of police when on patrol. Portions of the lights will remain on permanently when the vehicle is in service, which makes the cars easier to see in general, and could act as a deterrent to crime more specifically.
The RCIPS would like to inform the public that since the start of June, the service has begun to transition the emergency lights on all police vehicles to an upgraded version. The public will be able to differentiate between and regular patrol and other police response as there are several response programs.
On Saturday, 23 June, RCIPS community police officers will be hosting a day of community engagement at different locations throughout the islands.
A wounding occurred in the vicinity of Pirates Cove Bar last Friday, 15 June.
An arrest has been made in relation to an incident where it was reported a man had been interacting with two children inappropriately. The man was charged with Attempted Abduction and Criminal Trespass and appeared in court this morning.
Police can now confirm that 15-year-old Motesha Mothen, who absconded from school on Thursday 14 June, has now been located and found to be in good health. All three absconded teenagers have now been located.
Motesha Mothen, age 15, of Bodden Town, has absconded from home. Meanwwhile Taj Yen, age 16 of West Bay, and Roseanna Redden, age 16 of Bodden Town, have still not been located.
Roseanna Redden, age 16, was last seen on 9 June
UPDATE: Motesha Mothen has been located and appears to be in good health.
Motor Vehicle Accident involving CIFS vehicle at Shedden/North Sound Road Intersection
RCIPS traffic enforcement operations continued throughout the month of May with numerous tickets being given for speeding, illegal tint, and other offenses.
The RCIPS is advising the public of road closures happening in order to facilitate the Queen’s Birthday ceremonies this weekend, 8-9 June.
Shortly after 3AM this morning, officers responded to a report of a single-vehicle collision on the Esterly Tibbets Highway. The section of the Esterly Tibbets Highway between the Camana Bay and Butterfield roundabouts has been re-opened.