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Uniform Operations

Uniform Operations refers to duties carried out by officers in regular uniform on the “front line” of policing. This includes all regular uniform officers engaged in shift duties in addition to community-facing departments such as Neighbourhood Policing and Traffic and Roads Policing. Uniform Operations also extends to regular policing in all districts, with oversight for all area commanders and police stations throughout the islands. The entirely of all uniform and district operations is overseen by the Uniform Superintendent.

Front line officers provide the RCIPS’ 24-hour response, and are usually the first on scene when life-threatening situations or crimes occur. They can encounter a broad range of incidents and engage in various types of police duties on a given day, which call upon both their training but also their versatility and resourcefulness to respond to and resolve. Sometimes their response includes brave and heroic actions that are noted by the local community and media.

Victim care and quality service guides all police response and is at the core of all police objectives. Despite multiple priorities and time constraints, police officers on the front line always strive to deliver these and provide care and assistance to the community in those situations when they need it most.

Service Delivery is the office within the uniform operations branch of the RCIPS which oversees the shift scheduling, resources and priorities for front line officers, and is staffed by a chief inspector.  Chief of Staff Office also falls within the Uniform Branch. 

Uniform Operations Commander

Brad Ebanks

A/Superintendent

Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks leads Uniform and Specialist Operations, which consists of the Air Operations Unit, Firearms Response Unit, K-9, Roads Policing and Traffic Enforcement, Community Policing, Uniform Operations and Operational Support.

Press Releases

Police Advise of Increase of Stolen Honda Vehicles, 28 April

The RCIPS have seen a recent increase in the number of Honda vehicles stolen on Grand Cayman, specifically; CRV, Civic and Accord models. The majority of these stolen vehicles are registered pre 2002.

28th April, 2022

Police Seek Public Assistance to Locate Wanted Persons Justin Jackson and Gail Ross, 22 April

The RCIPS is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 23-year-old Justin Kyle Jackson, who was last known to be living in the West Bay area, and Gail Michelle Ross, age 45, who was last known to be living in the West Bay Area.

22nd April, 2022
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Meetings and events

The Kirkland Nixon Memorial Fire Truck Pull

The Kirkland Nixon Memorial Fire Truck Pull is an event in honour of the late Mr. Kirkland Nixon a former Fire Officer with the Cayman Islands Fire Service. This event is a fund raiser in aid of the Special Olympics Cayman Islands Team, who will be r

26th May, 2018
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