The RCIPS is celebrating work anniversaries alongside 4 of our officers PC Marina Conolly, PC Hugh Bush, Chief Inspector Patrick Beersingh and PC Eugene Myles.
Following the release of the 2019 Crime and Traffic Statistics report, the RCIPS has released a Summary Interim Crime Report reviewing the impact of COVID-19 on crime in the Cayman Islands.
Police have recovered a number of electrical tools during a search earlier this month that are believed to be stolen properties. Pictures of these items have been provided in this press release and members of the public are invited to view these items and attempt to identify them if you have been victims of theft related crimes.
On 28 August, 6 residents of the Cayman Islands were sworn in as Special Constables with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service after 11 weeks of training in various aspects of policing, including the various laws that govern the Cayman Islands.
On Friday, 20 April, the RCIPS Senior Command Team hosted a press conference to announce the release of the 2017 Crime and Traffic Statistics.