September 23, 2018

Cayman Islands:2018 RCIPS Firearms Amnesty nets 18 firearms and 896 rounds of ammunition

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From RCIPS Today, 4 July 2018, the RCIPS announced the result of its 2018 Firearms Amnesty, which ran the entire month of June and concluded last Saturday night at 10PM.  Throughout the month, 18 firearms and 896 rounds of ammunition were handed in as part of the amnesty program.  These firearms were turned in either […]

The RCIPS launches 2018 Firearms Amnesty alongside Crime Stoppers, Cayman Islands Ministers Association, and other community organizations,

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From RCIPS 1 June 2018 On Friday, 1 June, the RCIPS is launching a firearms amnesty during which illegal firearms can be turned in to police through any one of three proposed ways, with no criminal repercussions. The amnesty, which is the first amnesty the RCIPS has held since 2011, will run for the entire […]

Cayman Islands Lobster Season closes 1 March 2018

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The Department of Environment (DoE) reminds the public that the closed season for lobster begins on 1 March and runs until 30 November. During the closed season, it is illegal to take, purchase, receive or possess lobster originating from Cayman Islands waters. “The closed season is designed to give the local lobster population a break […]

Cayman Islands police officers using new contact cards when responding to calls for service

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From RCIPS This week the RCIPS, with the support of Crime Stoppers, is providing all frontline officers with new contact cards in order improve communication with the public and victim care. The cards, which take the form of a regular business card, feature blank spaces for officers responding to 9-1-1 calls for service and any […]

Reminder of Cayman Islands Fishery Regulations for the New Year

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The Department of Environment (DoE) reminds the public that fishery rules are in effect for a variety of marine life at this time of the year. These fishery rules apply to all individuals and businesses, and should be kept in mind when planning fishing trips. “It is vital that we respect the fishery rules of […]

Cayman Islands Crime Stoppers appeals for corporate members ahead of relaunch

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Cayman Crime Stoppers is preparing for a major relaunch, partnering with local law enforcement agencies to help keep communities safe. The non-profit organisation is also appealing for corporate sponsors to come on board in a bid to boost the fight against crime. “The recent increase in crime is a cause for concern for everybody,” said […]

Cayman Islands lobster season opens

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The Department of Environment (DoE) reminds the public that lobster season opens on 1 December.  Anyone going out on the water this weekend should know the limits and not be tempted to poach. “The open season for lobster is designed to give people a chance to recreationally harvest these delicious marine crustaceans in a sustainable […]

Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce concerned about recent crime spree

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The Chamber Council is concerned about the recent crime spree in our community, with a series of robberies targeting small businesses and charitable organisations. “We are extremely concerned about these recent crimes and the impact they have had not only on the business sector, but the wider community as a whole,” said Chamber President, Kyle […]

FURTHER UPDATE: Cayman Islands: Stabbing & a shooting (3 persons shot); firearm arrest

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Further update on stabbing Prospect From RCIPS Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 7:56 AM The 29 year old arrested in connection with the stabbing incident in Prospect on Saturday morning has now been formally charged for: 1) Wounding with Intent and 2) GBH. He will appear in court on Tuesday morning. Update on Week End […]

UPDATED: Cayman Islands police warn females joggers and walkers

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UPDATE: Detectives in West Bay are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the man who assaulted a female jogger on Tuesday morning. She was reportedly touched on her bottom by a man riding a bicycle. The police theorize that he may be linked to at least two other assaults of this nature. After the police […]