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Press Releases of Beat 9 - Seven Mile Beach South

RCIPS & DOE Host Turtle Friendly Lighting Seminar, 19 March

19th March, 2019

Yesterday, 18 March, the RCIPS and Department of Environment partnered to host a seminar on Turtle-Friendly Lighting for business owners and property managers in the Seven Mile Beach area.

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Recovered: 1998 Honda Civic, 11 March

11th March, 2019

The 1998 Honda Civic registration #126 541, which was reported stolen last week, was recovered yesterday, 10 March, in the West Bay area.

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RCIPS Issues 98 Speeding Tickets Last Week, 6 March

7th March, 2019

Officers from the RCIPS Traffic and Roads Policing Unit conducted a series of traffic operations last week, as part of continuing efforts to address excessive speeding, and in response to concerns from members of the public about speeding in certain areas. 98 speeding tickets were issued during the operations.

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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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APS Jonathan Kern Helps Deliver Bicycle Safety Training to Ritz-Carlton Employees, 21 February

21st February, 2019

Community Police Officer, APS Jonathan Kern, assisted in delivering a Bicycle Safety Training session to employees of the Ritz-Carlton on Wednesday, 20 February.

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ROAD SAFETY REMINDER: KAABOO, 16 February

16th February, 2019

The RCIPS would like to remind all Kaaboo attendees not to off load passengers on the roundabouts and highways near the event. Doing so is extremely dangerous, and even more so at night when visibility is lower.

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KAABOO Festival Traffic Diversions to Begin on Friday, 15 February

14th February, 2019

The RCIPS is informing the public that traffic diversions for the KAABOO Festival will be implemented starting tomorrow, Friday, 15 February. However, the reduction of the speed limit from 40mph to 25mph along the Esterley Tibbetts, between the Cost-U-Less and Yacht Club roundabouts, is in effect as of this morning, 14 February.

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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 and Traffic Diversions for KAABOO Festival, 31 January

31st January, 2019

The RCIPS is advising the public of road closures and traffic diversions along West Bay Road and the Esterley Tibbetts Highway in order to facilitate the KAABOO Music & Arts Festival. These road closures and diversions will be in place from Thursday, 14 February at 12:00PM until Sunday, 17 February at 6:00AM.

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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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