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Specialist Operations

Several units within the Uniform Branch of the RCIPS serve specific functions within the organization’s overall policing response, and require specialized training and skills for the officers who work in them. The Air Operations Unit, Joint Marine Unit, Tactical Firearms Unit and K-9 Unit all enable the RCIPS to offer a diverse policing response with specialized capacities to the varied situations that can present themselves in the policing context. All Units report to the Superintendent of Specialist Operations, who oversees risk management and resource allocation of these Units’ availability and capacities to both planned police operations and critical police incidents that occur across the jurisdiction.

Specialist Operations Commander

Brad Ebanks

A/Superintendent

Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks leads Specialist Operations, which consists of the Joint Marine Unit, Air Operations Unit, Firearms Response Unit, and K-9.

Press Releases

2020 Nominations for the Regional Recognition Awards Programme , 8 January

The Regional Recognition Awards Programme sponsored by Amalgamated Security Services, recognizes three police officers from Caribbean countries each year. The officers are recognized in the categories of “Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer”, “Top Caribbean Crime Fighter” and “Top Caribbean Career Move”.

8th January, 2020

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

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.

31st December, 2019
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