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
Underwater searches continued today off Cayman Brac for Mr. Linvol Smith, who has not been seen since he went swimming on Friday, 18 May. The dives concluded with no further sign of Mr. Smith.
Early on Monday, 21 May, officers responded to a report of a robbery on Prospect Point Road.
A man was pronounced dead on Saturday evening, 19 May, after having encountered difficulties while snorkeling off East End
In the past two weeks the Financial Crime Unit has obtained three court orders using both civil and criminal powers under the Proceeds of Crime Law, confiscating and forfeiting just over KYD $36,500 of criminal funds, as part of their efforts to take the profit out of crime
On Tuesday, 15 May, a man was pronounced dead after falling unconscious while snorkeling at Stingray City.
Mr. Linvol Smith has been reported missing after going swimming Friday, 19 May, on Cayman Brac
This morning, 3 May, 36-year-old Marlon Crowe was arrested and taken into custody.
Dorlin Allen Ebanks, age 64 of West Bay, who also goes by “Allan Barnett,” has been charged with Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Supply and other drug offenses, in addition to Threats to Kill, Escaping Lawful Custody, Possession of an Offensive Weapon, and other charges stemming from an incident in West Bay on Tuesday
Today, 21 May, just before 6:30PM a car collided with a CUC pole on NW Point Road.
A five-car collision results in traffic delays along Shamrock Road on Wednesday, 16 May
The RCIPS is informing the public about the road closures taking place this weekend in order to facilitate events for CayMas Carnival.
Traffic enforcement operations this past week have resulted in a number of tickets issued for various offenses, in addition to several DUI arrests. From Monday, 7 May to Sunday, 13 May, officers have issued 66 speeding tickets, along with 36 tickets for illegal tint and another 36 for use of a mobile phone while driving.