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
The 2015 Hyundai Accent, registration #162 723, which was reported stolen on 22 December, has now been located.
Police responded to a report of a street robbery on Sound Way in George Town shortly after 8:30PM on Friday, 11 January, where a man was assaulted and robbed of personal items.
Police have made a total of six arrests for DUI since Friday, with four persons having a blood alcohol content of over twice the legal limit.
Around 1:45PM yesterday, Sunday, 13 January, police and other emergency services were dispatched by 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a report of a water-related incident near Breakers, in Bodden Town.
Tactical Flight Officer, Auxiliary Constable Darren McLean, of the RCIPS Air Operations Unit, begins a secondment to a helicopter pilot training program in Trinidad and Tobago on 14 January. Learn more about Darren's journey with the RCIPS AOU and his path to becoming a pilot, in this latest RCIPS Police Profile.
Wanted man Thorston Smith has turned himself into police custody following an appeal to locate the 28-year-old-man of George Town.
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.
On Sunday, 13 January, Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of God) will be hosting a family fun run, from 9:00AM to 11:00AM, beginning and ending at Smith Cove and traveling on South Church Street, Memorial Avenue, Walkers Road, Denham Thompson Way. Motorists traveling in these areas on Sunday morning are advised to exercise caution.
Just before 7AM this morning, Friday 4 January, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Center to a report of a motor vehicle collision involving three (3) vehicles, one of which was an ambulance that was in the process of responding to an emergency call with its blue lights and siren on.
A major collision on North Sound Road this morning blocked the road; it is now re-opened to traffic.
Throughout tonight’s New Year’s Eve celebrations police will be conducting numerous traffic checks and patrols around the islands to combat drunk driving and other dangerous behaviour on the road.