- Operation Christmas Cracker
The holiday season will be enjoyable for all if everyone adopts safe practices. With this in mind, we bring you Operation Christmas Cracker, the RCIPS' holiday safety initiative this year aimed at keeping you safe in your homes, businesses, vehicles and boats.
- Daybreak interview with Superintendent Marlon Bodden
An interview with Detective Superintendent Marlon Bodden with the announcement of the RCIPS's launch of the 2011 gun amnesty. June 28th 2011.
- Junior Police Academy
At West Bay's Sir John A. Cumber Primary School students attended the second instalment of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service's Junior Police Academy.
Hear what students learned, plus we ask Police Commissioner David Baines why it is important for students to understand police work.
- RCIPS - Have you seen Anna Evans?
RCIPS Public Service Announcement - Anna Evans enquiry
- RCIPS Public Satisfaction Survey
One of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service's (RCIPS) top priorities is to give communities the best-possible customer service. To find out how police officers are doing, the RCIPS is launching an unprecedented public satisfaction survey this month.
We tell you how you can give your view and what RCIPS management hopes to achieve with the results of the three-week review.
- Emergency Services Hurricane Prep
With experts forecasting a busy hurricane season we pay our emergency services a visit to find out how prepared they are.
Don't miss a behind-the-scenes look at the Fire Service's search and rescue operations as well as the police security plan that is designed to keep looters at bay and residents safe. Finally, we visit the Red Cross to hear how they will help people find missing relatives in the aftermath of a storm.
- Gun Amnesty
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) is launching another gun amnesty, hoping to take illegal guns off the streets.
Join us as we explore how the amnesty will work and how it will make Cayman a safer place. We also talk to the mother of Jeremiah Barnes, Cayman's youngest shooting victim, on the devastating effects of gun crime.
- RCIPS Recruits
Join us for an encore presentation of another effort being made to reduce crime. We revisit the RCIPS' newest recruits, who completed a gruelling 14-week training programme.
GIS Spotlight follows three young Caymanians on their journey to become police officers. They explain what skills they acquired, but more importantly they share how the training has shaped their convictions about the value of serving the public.
- Boating Safety
Surrounded by some of the world's most inviting waters, Cayman is a boater's paradise. However, there are some rules you should follow to make every nautical experience safe.
So tune in as we talk to officers from the RCIPS Marine Unit and the Port Authority's Harbour Patrol on the do's and don'ts of boating. They explain float plans, emergency equipment and other steps you can take to safeguard all on board.
- Interpol Training
The RCIPS hosted this years International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol)s regional training conference. Delegates from twenty Caribbean countries came together to update crime-fighting techniques.
- RCIPS & DER Workshop
Job seekers are counselled on the secrets of landing a full-time position.
- RCIPS Self-Defence
A look inside the first of a series of self-defence classes offered by the RCIPS.
Last Updated: 2013-01-30