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Press Releases of Beat 13 - Cayman Brac

The Cayman Islands Moves to Extended Curfew, 25 March

26th March, 2020

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The Cayman Islands Government will implement a curfew for all three Islands from 7pm tonight (Wednesday, 25 March 2020) until 5am, Saturday, 28 March.

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RCIPS Advisory Regarding Curfew Announcement, 23 March

23rd March, 2020

A public advisory regarding the curfew announced today, 23 March.

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Be Alert: COVID-19

20th March, 2020

From the Cayman Islands Government: We are aware of reports that some people are trying to take advantage of people's vulnerability during this uncertain time. If anyone unsolicited approaches your home behaving suspiciously, you should immediately call 911.

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PUBLIC NOTICE: RCIPS Business Centre Introduces Changes to Processing of Applications, 23 March

20th March, 2020

The RCIPS is advising the public that, beginning on Monday, 23 March, the RCIPS Business Centre, located in Windjammer Plaza, will be implementing changes to how it processes applications for non-essential services.

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A Day of Action by the RCIPS, 18 March

18th March, 2020

On Tuesday, 25 February, police carried out a co-ordinated “Day of Action” operation across Grand Cayman. The purpose of this operation was to maintain public confidence, increase visibility of officers, target illegal activities and areas frequented by anti-social behaviour, and prosecute law breakers.

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RCIPS Helicopter in Life Saving Mission to Stricken Cruise Ship, 16 March

16th March, 2020

A team from the RCIPS Air Operations Unit carried out a mission on Saturday, 14 March 2020 to deliver emergency medical supplies for The MS Braemar cruise ship, which is currently off the Bahamas and unable to dock at present due an outbreak of COVID-19 onboard.

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Public Warned of WhatsApp Hoax, 18 February

18th February, 2020

The RCIPS is aware of a hoax message being circulated via WhatsApp which claims that persons are posing as officials from the “Department of Home Affairs” in order to gain access to homes and commit robberies. The RCIPS has received no reports of any such incidents. The same message was circulated via WhatsApp in October 2019.

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RCIPS FCIU Warns of Scam Email, 13 February

13th February, 2020

The RCIPS is informing the public of a fraudulent email being sent to members of the public purporting to be from the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit. The link in the email is a phishing attempt and members of the public are warned NOT to click on any such links but forward such emails to the Financial Crime Investigation Unit.

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Jewelry Recovered by the Police Believed to have been Stolen, 11 February

11th February, 2020

In December 2019, the police had cause to carry out searches at several locations. During one of the searches, several items of jewelry (pictured below) were seized and are believed to have been stolen.

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Two Vehicles Involved in a Collision with Injuries in Cayman Brac, 10 February

10th February, 2020

On Friday, 7 February, just before 11:20PM, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communications Centre to a report of a motor vehicle collision, involving two (2) vehicles, along South Side West Road in Cayman Brac.

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