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Joint Marine Unit - Public Service Advisory
Over the past several weeks there have been a number of marine related thefts where boats and other marine equipment have been stolen. 10th September 2016, 11:33am
Prison Officers Interrupt Smuggling Of Contraband into HMP Northward
Around 12:15AM this morning, 16 August, police responded to a call from prison officers at HMP Northward regarding their capture of a man suspected to have been throwing items over the fence. 17th August 2016, 10:38am
RCIPS Launches Third Recruitment Drive for Local Constables Friday, 5 August
Friday, 5 August, the RCIPS is launching its third recruitment drive for police constables since 2013 to target Caymanians. 5th August 2016, 4:18pm
2016 Half-Yearly Crime Statistics Show Large Drops in Serious Crimes
2016 Half-Yearly Crime Statistics Show Large Drops in Serious Crimes, but Spike in Lower-Level Offences Increases Overall Crime Rate by 10% 14th July 2016, 4:11pm
RCIPS Initiates Forums of Cooperation with Private Sector on Police Matters
In recent weeks newly-appointed Superintendent of Uniform and District Operations, Robert Graham, who is the strategic lead on implementing the RCIPS community policing strategy, has been holding various meetings with community stakeholders. 14th July 2016, 11:00am

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