Superintendent Adrian Seales is responsible for Training & Professional Development. He operates from the Training & Development Unit.
Superintendent Seales joined the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service in 1981 as a constable and has served in a number of roles during his thirty-seven years with the RCIPS. His prior roles include Area Commander both in the Eastern Districts of Grand Cayman and on the Sister Islands, Head of Community Policing, and Supervisor of the Traffic Department and Training Instructor at the Training School. In April 2007 he was promoted to the rank of Superintendent with responsibility for District Operations (Uniform Branch). Superintendent Seales was formerly responsible for Estate Management, Licensing, Administration and Data Management within the overall Management portfolio. He took over as head of Training in October, 2019.
Supt. Seales is a graduate of Royal Canadian Mounted Police College, Regional Police Training Centre, Barbados, Jamaica Police Staff College, Institute of Police Technology and Management, USA and National Police Improvement Agency, Bramshill, U.K. He is also a trained Public Order Commander and a trained Hostage Negotiator from the Metropolitan Police in London, UK, and has received training in other police disciplines in North America, the Caribbean and the U.K. He attends the University College of the Cayman Islands, where he is pursuing a degree in Business Administration and holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice and Police Management from the University of Leicester.