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Finance Office

The Finance Office within Police Headquarters is headed by the Chief Financial Officer, and is charged with the tracking and management of the RCIPS annual budget, and the processing of all invoices, payments, and payroll across the organization.

Given the breadth and diversity of duties of a police service, Finance staff must work efficiently to ensure the availability of resources while also ensuring that all compliance requirements of the Cayman Islands Government are strictly met.  The hardworking Finance staff regularly meets this challenge to ensure that resources are available for the Service to execute its mandate.

Aside from the Chief Financial Officer, the Finance Administration Office consists of a three Accounts Officers.  Thanks to the hard work of Finance staff, the 2016-2017 budget was duly executed, with the RCIPS completing the 18-month 2016-2017 cycle slightly under budget, primarily due to slightly lower personnel costs.  Generally, personnel costs account for 80% of annual budget expenditures for the RCIPS, year on year.

Finance Office Finance Department

Brian Morain

Financial Controller

Mr. Brian Morain is the Financial Controller for the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. He was appointed in appointed on 3 December 2018. He joins our staff with over 25 years experience in the financial services, ranging from both the private and public sector.

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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