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Press Releases of Beat 12 - West Bay- Morgans Harbour

RCIPS FCIU Warns of Scam Email, 13 February

13th February, 2020

The RCIPS is informing the public of a fraudulent email being sent to members of the public purporting to be from the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit. The link in the email is a phishing attempt and members of the public are warned NOT to click on any such links but forward such emails to the Financial Crime Investigation Unit.

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Jewelry Recovered by the Police Believed to have been Stolen, 11 February

11th February, 2020

In December 2019, the police had cause to carry out searches at several locations. During one of the searches, several items of jewelry (pictured below) were seized and are believed to have been stolen.

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Cayman Islands Leadership Praises Earthquake Response

29th January, 2020

The Cayman Islands Government has issued a follow-up on the 7.7 magnitude earthquake that affected Cayman on Tuesday, 28 January.

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Traffic Advisory, 28 January

28th January, 2020

Post earthquake advisory from the RCIPS.

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Road Safety Tips, 15 January

15th January, 2020

The RCIPS would like to remind the public that all road users have a responsibility in ensuring that our roads are safe, not only for themselves but also others.

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Man Charged in Relation to Assault Incident in West Bay, 14 January

14th January, 2020

A man, age 21 of West Bay, has been arrested and charged with Abduction, Assault ABH, Threats to Kill, Damage to Property and Carrying an Offensive Weapon in relation to an incident on 9 January. He appears in court today, 14 January.

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RCIPS Reminds Cullers to Renew Special Licenses, 13 January

13th January, 2020

The RCIPS is reminding the public that the special firearms licenses issued to cullers registered with the 2018-2019 Green Iguana Cull Project have now expired. To renew, cullers will have to re-register with the DOE for the 2020 Cull and then reapply to the Security & Firearms Licensing Unit.

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Holiday Traffic Enforcement Leads to 51 Arrests for DUI, 2nd January

2nd January, 2020

The RCIPS carried out Operation Azurite Two (2) during the month of December which allowed for high visibility patrols and provide a focused approach to persons driving under the influence of alcohol as well as a host of other traffic related offenses.

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RCIPS Holiday Safety Campaign Continues Into the New Year, 31 December

31st December, 2019

The RCIPS is reminding the public that intensified holiday road enforcement operations continue through today, New Year’s Eve, and into New Year’s Day. Police will be conducting numerous traffic checks in addition to intensified vehicle and foot patrols across the island.

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RCIPS Christmas Update, 27 December

27th December, 2019

The RCIPS is happy to report that over the Christmas period, from Christmas Eve through Boxing Day, there were no major incidents reported. We would like to thank the public for doing their part in following our laws, and helping to keep Cayman safe and peaceful.

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