October 16, 2018

The Editor Speaks: It’s not just community events!

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The RCIPS has announced in future they will be restricting the amount of road closures they approve to accommodate community events. In a recent press release they said it is “evaluating public procession and road closure requests in a more restrictive manner with respect to main arterial roads on the island, including the George Town […]

Cayman Islands: RCIPS informs of restrictions around road closure requests for events

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From RCIPS Given increasing traffic congestion in different areas of the island, especially during peak morning and evening hours, the RCIPS would like to advise the public that it will be evaluating public procession and road closure requests in a more restrictive manner with respect to main arterial roads on the island, including the George […]

Bodden Town CPD officers organize presentation to Cayman Islands Frances Bodden Children’s Home by CNB Staff Member

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From RCIPS The Bodden Town Community Policing Department has been conducting an ongoing weekly outreach program for residents of the Frances Bodden Children’s Home since June. This past Wednesday, 3 October, the officers invited a special guest to speak to the young ladies at the home. Doralee Wright is a young Caymanian professional working at […]

The Editor Speaks: When three months becomes six months

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The FBI can conduct an investigation in just over three days (see Kavannaugh). It takes six months and longer to investigate a civil servant here in the Cayman Islands. How many civil servants have been placed on leave, required or unexplained leave, whilst investigations into their work performance and related matters are investigated and the […]

Cayman Islands: Wounding at Smith Road Bar

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from RCIPS Shortly before 2:00AM today, 4 October, officers responded to a report of a stabbing in the parking lot of a bar on Smith Road near the intersection of Bobby Thompson Way. Upon arrival officers observed a male victim, who was subsequently transported to the Cayman Islands Hospital for treatment. The matter is currently […]

Cayman Islands police warns the public about online scams being perpetrated through LinkedIn

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From RCIPS RCIPS Warns the Public About Online Scams being Perpetrated through LinkedIn Since June, the RCIPS has received a number of reports of attempted scams conducted using the social networking site LinkedIn. These scams generally involve an account impersonating a public figure which sends a request to connect and initiates communication in a professional […]

Burglary at DOE Office in Cayman Brac

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From RCIPS Shortly before 9:00AM on Monday, 24 September, officers in Cayman Brac responded to a report of a burglary which was discovered earlier that morning at an address on Creek Road in Cayman Brac, at an office belonging to the Department of Environment. The outside door to the office was breached, and seized spear […]

Properties in Cayman Islands police custody to be identified

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From RCIPS Sep 24 2018 Through various operations, the police have seized a number of items that are believed to have been stolen. These items include a number of electronics and construction tools. The recovered items have been photographed and forensically examined as best as possible, and are now being issued to the public in […]

Cayman Islands: CORRECTED – Liquor store robbed on West Bay Road

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CORRECTIONS TO BELOW FROM RCIPS Further to the below press release: The robbery took place just after 9:40PM on Saturday night 22 September. There were no shots fired during the incident nor were there any injuries as a result of this incident.   From RCIPS Police were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a […]

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 […]