RCIPS Acting Compliance Officer Jody-Ann Moore discusses Cayman Thanksgiving and how the RCIPS celebrated this relatively new tradition this year.
A 45-year-old-woman of George Town has been arrested and charged with two offenses in relation to the CONCACAF investigation that was launched in 2014. A man, age 49 of George Town, has also now been charged in the same investigation. They are appearing in court on 7 January, 2020.
Police are investigating a report of a person impersonating the Hon. Deputy Premier Mr. Moses Kirkconnell and in so doing contacting members of the public requesting their personal and banking information.
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.
On the 11 & 12 of September, representatives from several Cayman Islands agencies with stakes in financial investigation and international asset recovery participated in a Domestic and International Asset Recovery Workshop.
The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit is warning the public and local retailers about an attempted fraud scheme being conducted using potentially stolen credit cards info.
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.