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Press Releases of Beat 4 - Lower Valley

RCIPS Deploy Helicopter and Crew to Support Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force, 1 December

1st December, 2021

This morning, Wednesday 1 December, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit (AOU) deployed one of their H145 helicopters and crew to the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI).

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RCIPS Launches 2021 Holiday Safety Campaign, 1 December

1st December, 2021

RCIPS’ holiday safety operation, Winter Guardian, commences today, 1 December, and will see increased community foot patrols and intensified road enforcement operations, supported by road safety education and awareness campaigns. The operation continues throughout the holiday season and into the New Year.

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RCIPS Launches 2021 Recruitment 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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Police Investigate Report of Sexual Assault at Frances Bodden Children’s Home, 4 November

4th November, 2021

On Wednesday, 3 November, RCIPS officers received a report of a sexual assault of a child who stays at the Frances Bodden Children’s Home.

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RCIPS FCIU Issues Reminder on Fraudulent Online Rental Ads, 3 November

3rd November, 2021

The RCIPS Financial Crime Investigation Unit (FCIU) is reminding the public to be wary of fraudulent apartment rental advertisements on online websites such as EcayTrade.com. Bear in mind the following warnings and information when looking for any such rental property online.

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UPDATE: Wanted Man Michael Lopez Watler Arrested, 2 November

2nd November, 2021

The public may now disregard the wanted notice for Michael Lopez Watler. The wanted man turned himself into the Cayman Islands Detention Centre today, 2 November, where he was subsequently arrested by the police.

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RCIPS Encourages Good Driving Habits, 1 November

1st November, 2021

Over the weekend, the RCIPS continued their efforts with Operation Quaker, which focuses on excessive speed and drunk driving on the roadways. The operation aims to reduce the occurrence of serious and fatal collisions on the roadways.

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COVID-19 Positive Traveler Case Goes To Court, 1 November

1st November, 2021

Following a police investigation into the matter of a traveler who flew into Grand Cayman on the 9 September 2021 with a Positive PCR Test, the traveler, a 28 year-old-woman, has now been formally charged with Failure to comply with Regulation 3(1)(b)(i) of the Control of Covid-19 (No.2) Regulations, 2021 (SL 39 of 2021).

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RCIPS FCIU Issues Reminder on Importance of Reviewing Financial Statements, 28 October

28th October, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has influenced an increase in reliance on automated services, such as online banking and the reliance on the use of Debit/Credit cards. The RCIPS Financial Crime Investigation Unit is advising the public to play close attention to their credit and debit card statements.

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Advisory Notice: RCIPS Halloween Safety Reminders, 28 October

28th October, 2021

With the impending Halloween activities that will be taking place this weekend, the RCIPS would to like to issue some safety tips and reminders for both the traditional Halloween activities and adult social gatherings.  

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