The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) is now accepting applications for persons interested in becoming police constables and auxiliary constables in the Cayman Islands.
Commissioner of Police Derek Byrne can now read direct accounts of the actions of RCIPS officers, in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in the British Virgin Islands in 2017. He was presented with a copy of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force book, Irma, a RVIPF Perspective.
Our officers have noticed that there have been a large number of children travelling in vehicles, who have not been wearing their seatbelts. Not only is this a violation of the Traffic Laws and Regulations, but it is a danger to your child life in the event that your vehicle is involved in a collision.
On Wednesday, 24 July, the RCIPS was alerted to a vessel adrift some miles off the coast of Grand Cayman. Officers from the Joint Marine Unit supported by the Air Operations Unit were able to locate the vessel, which was found to have over 1000lbs of ganja on board. 2 Jamaican nationals aboard the vessel were arrested.
During the last two weeks of June, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit conducted a total of six medical evacuations to Grand Cayman from the Sister Islands using the police helicopter. This week, as part of the ongoing relationship between the RCIPS and the Health Services Authority, the AOU hosted a training session for EMS staff.
Police Constable Jonathan Parchment, has been on operational duty as a front line officer for just over a year. Learn more about PC Parchment's experiences over the past year in this latest RCIPS Police Profile.
The Cayman Islands will be hosting the 34th Annual General Meeting & Conference of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort from 21-24 May 2019.
Earlier this month, several RCIPS officers participated in a Mass Casualty Incident Management and Instructor Course, along with some of Cayman’s other law enforcement and emergency service agencies.