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Press Releases of Beat 8 - Waterfront

The RCIPS Partners with PoCs to Strengthen Customer Service and Management Skills across the Service

1st March, 2019

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has partnered with the Portfolio of the Civil Service to provide learning and development opportunities to its officers and civilian staff in the areas of customer service, leadership and management.

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RCIPS Adds Two ATVs to Its Fleet for Improved Beach Patrols and Off Road Access

13th February, 2019

Today, 13 February, the RCIPS is adding two new, fully-electric All Terrain Vehicles to its fleet, which will provide officers with improved capabilities to conduct patrols along the beach and in off-road areas.

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Road Closures for National Heroes Day Celebrations, 25-28 January

24th January, 2019

The RCIPS would like to advise the public of road closures taking place this weekend, 25 - 28 January to celebrate the 2019 Heroes Day Celebrations in Central George Town.

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Road Closure for Stride Against Cancer, 27 January

23rd January, 2019

The annual Stride Aainst Cancer takes place on Sunday, 27 January from 6:00AM-9:00AM and begins and ends at the Seven Mile Public Beach. There will be barricades placed on West Bay Road at the entrance to Seven Mile Beach, and on South Sound Road directly in front of Caribbean Paradise. Motorists are asked to exercise caution.

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RCIPS K-9 Unit Completes 3-Week Intensive Training, 23 January

23rd January, 2019

Yesterday, 22 January, RCIPS K-9 officers and police dogs received official certification after having completed a three-week intensive training course focusing on general purpose and narcotics work.

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RCIPS FCU Warns of Fraudulent Solicitations Via WhatsApp, 21 January

21st January, 2019

The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit has received reports of an attempted scam being conducted via WhatsApp, where persons have received messages from an account impersonating Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin.

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RCIPS Welcomes First Recruit Class of 2019

21st January, 2019

On 21 January twenty-three new police recruits participated in a swearing-in ceremony to initiate their 15-week training before graduating to operational duty.

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RCIPS Welcomes Visit from Jamaica’s Assistant Superintendent of Police

21st January, 2019

On Friday, 18 January, the RCIPS welcomed Assistant Superintendent of Police, Mr. Coleridge Minto, of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. Asst. Supt. Minto served as the keynote speaker for the Planning for Youth Success Conference which was held at UCCI as part of Support Our Youth Month.

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Four Persons Arrested for DUI at Over Twice the Legal Limit, 11 – 15 January

15th January, 2019

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.

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Police Profile: Auxiliary Constable Darren McLean

11th January, 2019

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.

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