October 17, 2019

Cayman Islands: 4 vehicle break-ins in Central GT over the weekend

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Four Vehicle Break-Ins in Central George Town over the Weekend; Two Men Arrested Yesterday, 12 November From RCIPS Police received four reports of vehicle break-ins in central George Town throughout last weekend’s festivities, three of which were reported in the early hours of Sunday morning, 11 November, and the fourth of which was reported early […]

The Editor Speaks: Sinus from the sniff/sneeze pit

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I have been suffering from sinuses over the last ten years. Up to then, yes for over 63 years, I have NEVER had allergies of any kind. I have watched sufferers of sinus attacks and watched them sneeze, sniff, continuing blowing and wiping their nose and eyes, and never appreciated their miserable suffering. I do […]

Cayman Islands Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme completed

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The Family Resource Centre (FRC) recently completed a Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme (DVITP). The workshop was for frontline professionals such as police officers, social workers, probation officers, counsellors and those wishing to learn more about the dynamics of abusive relationships and help others. Held on 4-6 April 2017 at the George Town Library, it […]

37 Warrants served this week; Cayman Islands police appeals for public to pay tickets on a timely basis

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From RCIPS RCIPS officers executed thirty-seven warrants this week, twenty of which were served yesterday as part of a drive efficiently completed by officers to reduce outstanding warrants. Although these warrants range in type, the majority of them are for individuals who have failed to appear at court or forgotten to pay traffic tickets. Officers […]

Another incident of animal cruelty at Cayman Islands Equestrian Centre

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From RCIPS The RCIPS regrets to inform that there has been another report of an incident of animal cruelty at the Equestrian Center in George Town, where a pony was found this morning (Fri 4) to have been sexually assaulted. An examination of the pony, named “Pebbles”, by a veterinarian from the Department of Agriculture […]

RCIPS redeploys bicycle patrols around Grand Cayman

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As of last Wednesday, 17 August, the RCIPS re-started bicycle patrols by police officers as part of its revamped neighbourhood policing strategy to increase community engagement. Officers with the Neighbourhood Policing Department (NPD) have been out daily over the past week at different times in different areas of George Town to increase police visibility, interact […]