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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


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

Press Releases

RCIPS Informs of Accidental Discharge

During a search on the evening of Thursday, 27 September, an accidental discharge of a police firearm occurred. No one was injured.

5th October, 2018

Police Helicopter Conducts Medevac of Premature Baby from Faith Hospital, 26 September

Early Wednesday morning, 26 September, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit received a request from the Faith Hospital in Cayman Brac to medically evacuate a premature baby. The police helicopter crew answered the emergency callout and transported the baby to the Cayman Islands Hospital in Grand Cayman where he is currently doing well.

27th September, 2018
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