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Press Releases of Beat 5 - Spotts Newlands

Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks now in Charge of Uniform Operations, 13 July

13th July, 2020

Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks, who is currently in charge of Special Operations, has now been appointed to oversee the entire RCIPS Uniform Operations, following the departure of Superintendent Robert Graham.

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Recovered Property for Public Viewing, 24 June

24th June, 2020

Officers, during the course of their burglary investigations, have recovered several items of jewellery that were believed to be stolen, while conducting search warrants. The items, including watches, bracelets, rings and chains, are currently being held in police custody pending further investigations.

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Farewell to Superintendent Robert Graham, 22 June

22nd June, 2020

The RCIPS says farewell to Superintendent Robert “Robbie” Graham after 4 years of service to the Cayman Islands. Superintendent Graham was in charge of Uniform Services throughout the islands, encompassing Service Delivery, the Community Police Department, the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit, the Police Detention Centre and all

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RCIPS & CIG Mask Distribution Nears Completion, Distribution Points Announced, 19 June

19th June, 2020

The Cayman Islands Government reusable cloth mask distribution is almost complete. RCIPS Community Police Officers and Community Safety Officers are conducting the final distribution in various communities across Grand Cayman.

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RCIPS FCIU Highlights Increases in Fraud and Cybercrime Due to COVID-19

19th June, 2020

RCIPS FCIU Highlights Increases in Fraud and Cybercrime Due to COVID-19 The RCIPS Financial Crime Investigation Unit is highlighting findings by the international Financial Action Task Force (FATF) that fraud and cybercrime has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, with criminals taking advantage of the pandemic to lure their

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Public Advisory: Responsible Dog Ownership and Public Safety Message

18th June, 2020

The Department of Agriculture’s Animal Welfare Unit along with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service would like to remind the public that all dog owners must have their animals on a lead  and under control when travelling with them in public.

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30 Years or More in Service – April Anniversaries

13th June, 2020

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.

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RCIPS Assists DOE with Monitoring Sea Turtle Nesting Sites, 12 June

12th June, 2020

Since last month, the RCIPS has been assisting the Department of Environment with their monitoring of turtle nesting sites during the sea turtle nesting season, which began on 1 May across all three islands.

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RCIPS Releases Summary Interim Crime Report on COVID-19 Crime Impact, 12 June

12th June, 2020

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.

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Update: Men Charged Following Drug Interdiction, 11 June

11th June, 2020

Two men , ages 33 of and 36 of West Bay, were arrested and have now been charged with Being Concerned in the Importation of Ganja, after they were spotted in a vessel by Coast Guard officers and attempted to throw several packages of suspected ganja overboard.

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