It is with great delight that the RCIPS Human Resources and Professional Development Department confirms the commencement of the RCIPS Internship Program.
Yesterday, 17 June, six (6) interns were allocated to the following departments based on their interests and career aspirations:
Jonah Somers, from Carleton University, Canada, joined the Finance Department;
Kendra Rankin from University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada, joined the Criminal Investigations Department;
Jessica Hurlston from University of West London, England joined the Crime Scene Unit;
Marlique Muir from University College of the Cayman Islands joined the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit;
Morganne Forbes currently enrolled in an online EMT Programme, joined the Criminal Records Office, and;
Rhomar William from Teesside University, England joined the Training and Development Unit.
A further three (3) students will be placed in the Community Policing Department and in Human Resource Department.
Ms. Marielle Hilaire, RCIPS Chief Human Resource Manager, said, “…The Internship Program was established to generate fresh ideas and diverse perspectives to underwrite our success whilst providing practical work experiences. Further, it is our intention to continually accentuate our Corporate Social Responsibility plan by developing young Caymanians, stimulating our talent management and employer branding strategies, and improving our visibility and credibility in the community.”
We extend a warm welcome to these young Caymanian men and women who have chosen the RCIPS as their learning hub for the summer, wish them a productive and enlightening internship, and look forward to feedback on their unique perspective and professional experience in the coming weeks.