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Press Releases of Beat 6 - Prospect

RCIPS Encourages the Public to Report Sexual Crime, 17 November

17th November, 2020

The RCIPS is encouraging any persons who have been affected by sexual assault, harassment or any other criminal actions to contact the RCIPS Family Support Unit at 649-9185 and submit a formal report.

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Man Charged with Seven Counts of Indecent Assault, 16 November

16th November, 2020

A man, age 39 of George Town, has been formally charged with seven counts of Indecent Assault on a Female, in relation to a series of incidents taking place between 2015 and 2020 where it is reported that he indecently assaulted a juvenile female.

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RCIPS Community Policing Unit Wraps Up Primary School Car Wash Initiative, 5 November

5th November, 2020

The RCIPS Community Policing Unit is celebrating the completion of their fundraising car wash campaign, which began in August and concluded last month, and saw the officers donating money from car washes conducted at government primary schools in Grand Cayman, back to the schools.

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RCIPS Criminal Records Application Back Online, 2 November

27th October, 2020

The RCIPS wishes to advise the public that the online application process for Police Clearance Certificates is now back online. Applications for Police Clearance Certificates can be submitted online at www.eservices.gov.ky.

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Two-Vehicle Collision on Shamrock Road, 11 October

11th October, 2020

At about 6:40PM on 10 October, officers responded to a collision on Shamrock Road in the vicinity of Poindexter Road, involving a motorcycle and an SUV. The rider of the motorcycle received serious but non-life-threatening injuries, including a serious injury to the leg, and was transported to the Cayman Islands Hospital

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Public Advisory: Increase in Collisions and other Vehicular Offenses, 30 September

30th September, 2020

The RCIPS has noticed an increase in the number of collisions over the past week, and it appears that the vast majority of these collisions occurred due to speeding and persons driving under the influence of alcohol.

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RCIPS FCIU Issues Public Advisory on Financial Scams, 30 September

30th September, 2020

The RCIPS Financial Crime Investigation Unit is aware that there has been an increase in financial scams since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The FCIU is reminding the public to be cautious in order to avoid falling victim to any such scams.

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RCIPS 2020 Recruit Class Graduates from Training to Operational Duty, 16 September

16th September, 2020

On Monday, 14 September, eleven recruits, comprising of eight women and three men, were introduced by Superintendent Adrian Seales, Head of the Training and Development Unit, after successfully completing the RCIPS Recruitment Training Course, in a ceremony held the Harquail Theatre.

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Public Notice: RCIPS Criminal Records Office Update, 15 September

15th September, 2020

The RCIPS Criminal Records Office is advising the public that there have been some adjustments made to the processing of applications, as we continue to strive to ensure we provide efficient and timely service to our customers.

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RCIPS Responds to Misrepresented Comments in Local Media Article, 10 September, 2020

10th September, 2020

In a recent article published by a local media publication on 9th September 2020, the published headline referring to the Commissioner of Police’s position on “hate speech” was incorrectly represented and distorted.

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