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Royal Cayman Islands Police Service

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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.

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Press Releases

RCIPS Hosts Online Child Sexual Assault and Exploitation Conference and Masterclass Lead by the NCA

Earlier las month (Dec 2019) the RCIPS hosted a two week seminar: the Online Child Sexual Assault and Exploitation (CSAE) Conference and Masters-Class. The seminar featured trainers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) as well as the National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA).

Three Charged for Drug Offenses Following George Town Search, 24 January

24th January, 2020

Three persons, a woman and two men, have been arrested and charged with various drug offenses, following a search of a residence in George Town. They appeared in court on Friday, 24 January.

Partial Closure of Esterley Tibbetts Highway Due to Landfill Fire, 24 January

24th January, 2020

The southbound lanes of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, between the Cayman International School roundabout and the AL Thompsons roundabout, have been temporarily closed due to the fire at the George Town Landfill. The northbound lanes currently remain open but may also be closed if necessary.

Single-Vehicle Collision in Bodden Town, Traffic Enforcement Continues, 21 January

21st January, 2020

RCIPS traffic enforcement continues, with several prosecutions over the past four days. Officers also responded to a single-vehicle collision on Sunday, 19 January, where a car had subsequently caught fire.

Road Closures for National Heroes Day Celebrations, 24-27 January

21st January, 2020

The Cayman Islands Government will be hosting National Heroes Day Celebrations in central George Town, on Monday, 27 January (Public Holiday) starting at 9:00AM. Due to this ceremony, there will be road closures on Fort Street and surrounding streets over the weekend from 24-27 January.

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Teenager Absconds, RCIPS Requests Public Assistance in Locating Her, 6 January

6th January, 2020

Motesha Mothen, age 16 of Bodden Town, absconded on Friday, 3 January, and has not returned home or been located since.

UPDATE: Absconded Teenager Lcoated, 30 December

30th December, 2019

Mothesha Mothen, age 16 of Bodden Town, has been located and is in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in locating her.

UPDATE: Jared Johnson Located, 24 December

24th December, 2019

Jared Johnson, age 15 of Bodden Town, who absconded on Saturday 14 December, has been located and is in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in locating him.

UPDATE: Motesha Mothen Located, 23 December

23rd December, 2019

Motesha Mothen and Teshay Bryan have both been located.

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Update: Vehicle Collision Involving a Trailered Boat, 25 January

25th January, 2020

Motor vehicle collision on Esterly Tibbetts highway. Southbound lanes have been reopened

Road Closure for Windsor Park Community Fun Day, 25 January

24th January, 2020

The Department of Children & Family Services is hosting a Windsor Park Community Fun Day on Saturday, 25 January, at the Windsor Park Park. In order to facilitate the event, Hawkins Drive will be closed between Mango Turn and the east side of the park, from 4:00PM to 6:30PM.

Partial Closure of Esterley Tibbetts Highway Due to Landfill Fire, 24 January

24th January, 2020

The southbound lanes of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, between the Cayman International School roundabout and the AL Thompsons roundabout, have been temporarily closed due to the fire at the George Town Landfill. The northbound lanes currently remain open but may also be closed if necessary.

Single-Vehicle Collision in Bodden Town, Traffic Enforcement Continues, 21 January

21st January, 2020

RCIPS traffic enforcement continues, with several prosecutions over the past four days. Officers also responded to a single-vehicle collision on Sunday, 19 January, where a car had subsequently caught fire.

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MESSAGES FROM THE SENIOR COMMAND TEAM

Commissioner of Police Derek Byrne and Senior Officers deliver regular messages to the community

BEATS & COMMUNITY OFFICERS

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CRIME PREVENTION & SAFETY

CRIME PREVENTION & SAFETY

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LOCAL RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGN

The RCIPS accepts applications year-round from those in the local community interested in becoming a police constable

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