RCIPS Acting Compliance Officer Jody-Ann Moore discusses Cayman Thanksgiving and how the RCIPS celebrated this relatively new tradition this year.
Two men, aged 17 and 23 of George Town, have been charged with Theft, Attempted Burglary, Damage to Property, two counts of Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm with Intent to Commit an Offence, Aggravated Burglary, and Robbery. A third man, age 42 of GT, has now been charged and is appearing in court today, 29 November.
On Sunday, 17 November, Cayman Water will be hosting their annual Pete Ribbins Memorial Bike Ride and Run, which begins at 6:30AM and ends at 8:30AM. Motorists traveling along the Esterley Tibbetts Highway and West Bay Road on Sunday morning are advised to exercise caution.
Issues with submitting online applications for the post of police constable have now been resolved. Members of the public can once again submit applications via the website.
The RCIPS has become aware of a website that has been posting ads and articles using the details of the Cayman Islands and fake interviews with the Honourable Premier, Mr. Alden McLaughlin.
The Traffic and Roads Policing Unit as well the as the Community Policing Department, would like to inform the public of a few traffic nuances that have been affecting the flow of traffic as well as the safety of road users over the past month. Road users are encouraged to follow the road rules and laws in an effort to make the
On 31st October, several neighbourhoods across the Cayman Islands will be celebrating Halloween and as such the RCIPS would like to remind the public to exercise caution during the times that children will be out an about to trick-or-treat, approximately between 5PM and 9PM.
Eleven new Community Safety Officers have joined the ranks of the RCIPS and will take to the streets beginning in November. Read more about the role of these new civilian officers here.