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Beat 14 - Little Cayman

Beat 14 - Little Cayman

Beat 14 encompasses the island of Little Cayman. The Beat is policed by two officers, PC Norice Artwell and PC Royal Brown. These officers have a tremendous amount of policing experience and have been assigned to Little Cayman for some time, and know the island well.


PC Artwell and PC Brown see partnership with other agencies and the residents of Little Cayman as central to maintaining the safety and serenity the island is known for.

They are looking to form new neighbourhood watches to strengthen the neighbourly bond in the community and to prevent crime from occurring. They are also working with the Department of Environment to strengthen the enforcement of marine laws and the marine protection of marine parks.


PC Artwell and PC Brown are looking forward to hearing from you. They can be reached via email at Norice.Artwell@rcips.ky and Royal.Brown@rcips.ky. You may also call them at the numbers provided on this page. 


PC Norice Artwell                                                   936-4431

PC Royal Brown                                                      926-8934

Little Cayman Police Station Direct Line                948-0100

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Norice Artwell

Police Constable

PC Norice Artwell is the officer responsible for Beat 14. He is overseen by Actg Inspector Kevin Bogle and operates from the Little Cayman Police Station.

Kevin Bogle

Police Sergeant

PS Kevin Bogle is the supervisor incharge of Sector 3. All these beats are located in George Town. PS Bogle operates from GTPS.

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