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Estate Management and Administration

Altogether there are at least 13 police properties, inclusive of police stations, offices, and the Joint Marine Base, throughout the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. All of these properties require extensive management and upkeep in order to support police operations throughout all districts.  Comprehensive and capital-intensive projects are sometimes required to complete upgrades to the properties in line with security needs and health and safety requirements.

The RCIPS is in the process of modernizing its estates in order to provide officers with fit-for-purpose premises which facilitate the many different types of work they do.  Discussions are underway with CIG around the eventual purchase of new real estate for the relocation of certain older properties, such as the West Bay Police Station and the George Town Police Station, to purpose-built facilities. 

Facilities management in the RCIPS is overseen by a uniform superintendent, who also has oversight of administration and records management units at the RCIPS Business Centre, as well as the crime data management and analysis undertaken by the Crime Analysis Unit.

Estate Management and Administration Senior Command Team

Adrian Seales

Superintendent

Superintendent Adrian Seales is responsible for Training & Professional Development. He operates from the Training & Development Unit.

Press Releases

RCIPS Celebrates the Life of Special Constable #573 Reverent Dr. Linda McField

On Sunday, 3 October, 2021 the RCIPS participated in the funeral service of the late Rev. Dr. Linda Darnell McField, who passed away on Monday, 20 September, 2021. 

8th October, 2021

PSA: How new COVID-19 regulations affect public congregation, 30 September

New Regulations recently released by the Government in response to COVID-19 community transmission cases, impact the way the public can congregate including; public gatherings and socialising in bars and restaurants.

30th September, 2021
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