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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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Commissioner Receives Copy of RVIPF Accounts of Hurricane Irma

Commissioner of Police Derek Byrne was presented with a copy of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force book, Irma, a RVIPF Perspective. The book contains direct accounts of the actions of police officers, including officers from the RCIPS, in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in the British Virgin Islands in 2017.

Motorists Advised to Exercise Caution During “Be A Hero” 5K, 20 October

18th October, 2019

The United Against Bullying Foundation is hosting their second annual “Be A Hero” 5K Walk/Run on Sunday, 20 October at 6:00AM. The event begins and ends at Heroes Square in George Town and will be completed by 9:30AM.

Road Closure for Museum Event, 19 October

18th October, 2019

In order to facilitate a static function hosted by the National Museum on Saturday, 19 October, Goring Avenue will be closed between South Church Street and Louise Llewellyn Way, from 5:00AM to 11:59PM.

Motorists Urged to Exercise Caution During Silent Witness March, 18 October

18th October, 2019

The Business & Professional Women’s Club is hosting their annual Silent Witness March today, 18 October, beginning at 3:30PM in front of the old Government Administration Building and ending at the Legislative Assembly Building. Motorists traveling in these areas this afternoon are advised to exercise caution.

Traffic Advisory: RCIPS Warns Motorists about Poor Driving Habits, 17 October

17th October, 2019

The RCIPS has received numerous complaints of motorists who have been driving in an inconsiderate manner on the roadway, and in doing so, violating a number of traffic laws and road code rules.

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Wounding in George Town, 2 October

2nd October, 2019

Shortly before 11:00PM on Tuesday, 1 October, officers responded to a report that a woman was assaulted by a man known to her and received knife wounds to the head. The incident took place at a parking lot of a business on Shedden Road, and is under police investigation.

Update: Missing Teenager Located, 11 September

11th September, 2019

Richard Reid, who went missing on Sunday, 8 September, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in locating him.

Update: Search for Missing Man Following Boating Incident Concluded, 12 August

12th August, 2019

Police have concluded their search for a man who went missing following a boating collision in the North Sound on Sunday night, 11 August. The man was found unresponsive.

UPDATE: Wanted Man, Daniel Rankine, Taken Into Custody, 21 June

21st June, 2019

Wanted man, Daniel Wallace Rankine, was taken into custody yesterday, 20 June, by RCIPS officers. The RCIPS thanks the press and members of the public for their assistance in this matter.

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Motorists Advised to Exercise Caution During “Be A Hero” 5K, 20 October

18th October, 2019

The United Against Bullying Foundation is hosting their second annual “Be A Hero” 5K Walk/Run on Sunday, 20 October at 6:00AM. The event begins and ends at Heroes Square in George Town and will be completed by 9:30AM.

Road Closure for Museum Event, 19 October

18th October, 2019

In order to facilitate a static function hosted by the National Museum on Saturday, 19 October, Goring Avenue will be closed between South Church Street and Louise Llewellyn Way, from 5:00AM to 11:59PM.

Motorists Urged to Exercise Caution During Silent Witness March, 18 October

18th October, 2019

The Business & Professional Women’s Club is hosting their annual Silent Witness March today, 18 October, beginning at 3:30PM in front of the old Government Administration Building and ending at the Legislative Assembly Building. Motorists traveling in these areas this afternoon are advised to exercise caution.

Traffic Advisory: RCIPS Warns Motorists about Poor Driving Habits, 17 October

17th October, 2019

The RCIPS has received numerous complaints of motorists who have been driving in an inconsiderate manner on the roadway, and in doing so, violating a number of traffic laws and road code rules.

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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

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

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Crime Statistics

Crime Statistics

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Partnerships

Partnerships

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