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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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Public Advisory: RCIPS and LLB Warn Against Liquor License and Music and Dancing Violations, 11 June

11th June, 2021

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) would like to remind the public that officers will be making frequent checks at bars and clubs across the island this long weekend between Friday 11 June to Monday 14 June.  These patrols are to help prevent violent crimes and public order issues that arise in these locations.

One Man Arrested for Firearm Related Offense, 10 June

10th June, 2021

Just after 12PM today 10 June, the RCIPS Firearm Response Unit, had cause to stop a vehicle that was seen travelling along Sound Way in George Town. The vehicle attempted to evade being stopped and as a result, a less-lethal tactic with use of special munitions was deployed to disable the vehicle.

REMINDER: Road Closures for Queen’s Birthday Celebrations, 14 June

10th June, 2021

Her Majesty the Queen’s Birthday will be celebrated on Monday, 14 June. The occasion will be marked by a ceremonial parade at 4:30PM outside the Governor’s Residence. The RCIPS is advising the public of the following road closures and traffic diversions in order to facilitate the Queen’s Birthday parade.

Police Investigate Prison Officer for Drug Related Crimes

9th June, 2021

Just after 6AM today, 9 June, police responded to Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS), Northward, following a report made by the Director of Prisons concerning a member of staff.

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UPDATE: Wanted Man Conway Whittaker Located, 1 June

1st June, 2021

Just after 5:15PM yesterday, 31 May, wanted man Conway Whittaker attended the Cayman Islands Detention Centre, where he surrendered himself into the custody of the RCIPS. He was arrested on suspicion of assault and damage to property, relating to an incident that took place on Thursday 27 May, in North Side.

UPDATE: Absconded Teen Located, 27 May

27th May, 2021

Kayla James, age 17 of Bodden Town, who absconded from home on 11 May, has returned home safely and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance.

UPDATE: Absconded Teen Located, 27 April

27th April, 2021

Teshay Bryan, age 16 of George Town, who was reported missing on Sunday, 25 April, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance.

Update: Absconded Teen Located, 2 April

2nd April, 2021

Absconded teen located.

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REMINDER: Road Closures for Queen’s Birthday Celebrations, 14 June

10th June, 2021

Her Majesty the Queen’s Birthday will be celebrated on Monday, 14 June. The occasion will be marked by a ceremonial parade at 4:30PM outside the Governor’s Residence. The RCIPS is advising the public of the following road closures and traffic diversions in order to facilitate the Queen’s Birthday parade.

RCIPS Update on Operation Quaker, 9 June

9th June, 2021

The RCIPS’ targeted road safety and enforcement campaign, Operation Quaker, continued this past weekend, with increased police presence and enforcement on Cayman's roads.

RCIPS Launches Traffic Enforcement Campaign, Operation Quakers, 28 May

28th May, 2021

Beginning this weekend, 28-30 May, the RCIPS will be conducting a targeted road safety and enforcement campaign. Operation Quakers, will focus on curbing reckless and dangerous driving behaviours over the weekends when the worst incidents have been occurring.

UPDATE: Police Identify Victim in Fatal Collision, 25 May

25th May, 2021

Police can now confirm the identity of the victim in the fatal collision which occurred early Sunday morning, 23 May. She is 32-year-old Kiarah Shikale Perkins, a US National who resided in Grand Cayman.

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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

BEATS & COMMUNITY OFFICERS

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CRIME PREVENTION & SAFETY

CRIME PREVENTION & SAFETY

Comprehensive crime prevention tips and trends

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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