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Police Concerned about Anti-Social Behaviour by Groups of Youths at Camana Bay, 5 May

5th May, 2022

RCIPS Community Policing Officers have been working with Camana Bay Property Management to address escalating occurrences of anti-social behavior carried out predominantly by groups of youths at Camana Bay.

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Police Advise of Increase of Stolen Honda Vehicles, 28 April

28th April, 2022

The RCIPS have seen a recent increase in the number of Honda vehicles stolen on Grand Cayman, specifically; CRV, Civic and Accord models. The majority of these stolen vehicles are registered pre 2002.

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RCIPS Safety Messages for the Easter Holiday, 12 April

12th April, 2022

The RCIPS would like to remind the public of some safety steps they can take to reduce their chances of becoming victims of crime and stay safe while enjoying their festivities and family time.

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RCIPS 2021 Recruit Class Graduates from Training to Operational Duty, 29 March

29th March, 2022

On Thursday, 24 March, 22 police recruits graduated from training to begin operational duty with the RCIPS, along with a trainee of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) who was part of the class.

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RCIPS Introduces New Head of the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit, Inspector Andre Tahal, 22 March

22nd March, 2022

On 1 February 2022, Inspector Andre Tahal commenced the role of Head of the RCIPS Traffic and Roads Policing Unit (TRPU). He succeeds Inspector Dwayne Jones, who has moved to uniform operation duties within the Service.

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RCIPS Celebrates International Women’s Day by Highlighting the First All-Women Police Parade, 8 March

8th March, 2022

The month of March is celebrated worldwide as International Women’s month and today, Tuesday 8th March, is recognised as International Women’s Day. In light of this the RCIPS would like to highlight the first ever all-women-parade that took place on Sunday 6th February in honour of Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

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Public Advisory: RCIPS Report Increase of Scams over Holiday Period, 21 December

21st December, 2021

The RCIPS Financial Crime Investigation Unit has noticed a recent increase in scams and is providing the following information for community awareness.

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RCIPS Stands in Support of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, 10 December

10th December, 2021

As the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence concludes today, the RCIPS is offering a message of support to all those who suffer due to gender-based violence, as well as a message of zero lenience toward perpetrators.

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RCIPS Launches 2021 Recruit Training, 26 November

26th November, 2021

On Monday, 22 November, the RCIPS Training and Development Unit (TDU) began a training class of twenty-three (23) new recruits, who have begun their journey to becoming Police Constables within the RCIPS.

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A Tribute to the Late William Hortor Rankine – Former Inspector of Police

28th October, 2021

On Sunday 17 October, the RCIPS participated in the funeral service of the late former Inspector of Police Mr. William Hortor Rankine, who passed away on Monday 11 October. Mr. William Hortor Rankine served with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service for 26 years, from 1970 to 1996.

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