A woman died on Tuesday, 11 February, after experiencing difficulties while diving.
The Cayman Islands Government has issued a follow-up on the 7.7 magnitude earthquake that affected Cayman on Tuesday, 28 January.
A 72-year-old visitor from the United States was pronounced dead on Saturday, 11 January, after experiencing difficulties while snorkeling off North Church Street, George Town.
Just before 5:45PM on Tuesday 7 January, a member of the public attended the George Town Police Station and handed over a container that with a significant sum of CI cash in several different denominations.
The Regional Recognition Awards Programme sponsored by Amalgamated Security Services, recognizes three police officers from Caribbean countries each year. The officers are recognized in the categories of “Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer”, “Top Caribbean Crime Fighter” and “Top Caribbean Career Move”.
The RCIPS is reminding the public that intensified holiday road enforcement operations continue through today, New Year’s Eve, and into New Year’s Day. Police will be conducting numerous traffic checks in addition to intensified vehicle and foot patrols across the island.
The RCIPS is happy to report that over the Christmas period, from Christmas Eve through Boxing Day, there were no major incidents reported. We would like to thank the public for doing their part in following our laws, and helping to keep Cayman safe and peaceful.