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
Detective Constable Patricia Sevik is the focus of our first RCIPS police profile. DC Sevik hails from Spot Bay in Cayman Brac and has been with the RCIPS for four years. She has worked on the front lines, as a detective in CID. She is now stationed at the Family Support Unit as a Domestic Violence investigator.
As of last week, Acting Police Inspector Fernando Soto has taken the duties of Area Commander for the Eastern Districts, following the announcement of the retirement of Inspector Winsome Prendergast from the RCIPS in January 2019 after 21 years of service.
Shortly after 9:30PM on 14 December, officers in George Town executed a warrant at an address on Owen Roberts Drive, where it was suspected illegal gambling was taking place. Officers arrested 8 persons at the location on suspicion of unlawful gaming and using a place as a common gaming house, and seized a quantity of cash.
Two new neighbourhood watches launched in West Bay in December, bringing the number of active watches to eight across the district.
Police are investigating a serious assault which took place on the morning of Saturday, 15 December where a man was stabbed multiple times at an address on Mary Street.
Jude Theobalds has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS would like to thank the public for their assistance.
Yesterday police received a report of a missing teenage girl, Motesha Mothen, age 15 of West Bay. We were informed that she left home last Friday, 23 November, and has not returned home or been located since.
Roseanna Redden has been located and appears to be in good health.
Roseanna Redden, age 17, has been located.
Cardinall Avenue in George Town will be closed until 6:00PM today, 15 December, in order to facilitate the Christmas on Cardinall event.
The John Gray High School is hosting a Cross Country run on Wednesday, 18 December, starting and ending at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex at 10:00AM. The run is expected to finish at about 12:15PM. Motorists travelling in the area on Wednesday morning are advised to exercise caution.
In order to facilitate the opening of the Celebrate Cayman Museum Exhibit at the National Museum on Saturday, 15 December, Goring Avenue will be closed between South Church Street and the Entrance to RBC, from 5:00AM to 5:00PM.
Our Cayman Brac officers are reminding members of the public to avoid traveling on foot at night while wearing dark clothing. Such clothing makes it difficult for motorists to see you and increases the risk that you will be involved in a collision.