September 19, 2018

Two Cayman Islands government agencies come together to address complaints re- un-iicensed events

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From RCIPS RCIPS and DCI Come Together to Address Complaints About Un-Licensed Events Over the past several weeks the RCIPS has received complaints from the community about excessive noise and nuisance being caused by possibly un-licensed events, particularly in the George Town Rock Hole and Washington Boulevard neighborhoods. In response to these complaints, officers from […]

Cayman Islands police receives donation of mobile phones for Community Officers, adds additional officers to Eastern District beats, 17 July

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From RCIPS The RCIPS is pleased to announce two new developments this month that are expected to enhance the already strong working relationship that the Community Policing Department has been building with the public. Late last week the RCIPS received a donation of twenty-two smart phones from Cayman Crime Stoppers, which promises to improve the […]

[Contains Offensive Language] Community officers and DoA recover over 80 chickens suspected to be used in cock fighting, one man arrested

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From RCIPS On Wednesday, 21 March, officers of the Community Policing Department carried out a search of an address in the North Sound Estate Area with assistance from the Department of Agriculture. During the search over forty roosters were found. The roosters had all sustained various injuries, which a veterinary officer determined were caused by […]

Cayman Islands police operations in response to community concerns around drug use, 8 April

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From RCIPS This weekend, RCIPS officers from the Joint Marine Unit, Community Policing Department, and Uniform Operations in the Eastern Districts, conducted operations in Rum Point as part of ongoing enforcement efforts in response to community concerns about persistent drug use in the area. In one incident on Sunday, 8 April, officers made arrests after […]

Cayman Islands police & Black Pearl Skate Park youth outreach initiative resumes

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This past Saturday, 24 February, the RCIPS Community Policing Department along with the Cayman Islands Skateboard Association and Hurley’s hosted an afternoon of fun and games for kids at the Black Pearl Skate Park. The event was open to children from age 5 to 17 and included free admission to the park, free rental of […]