September 25, 2020

17 cruise ships to visit Cayman Islands between Dec 31 and Jan 2 ….


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RCIPS encouraged by safe festive season


The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is encouraged by the safe and peaceful festive season thus far. However as residents and visitors alike prepare to celebrate the , a similar message is being asked; don’t drink and drive, have a designated driver, use a bus or call a taxi.

Operation Dasher started December 10th 2014, and until present, has accounted for 33 arrest, 21 DUI, 9 driving without being qualified and 3 driving whilst disqualified. 270 tickets have been issued for a number of offences, but of interest 54 persons have been reported for prosecution for using a cell phone while driving and another 33 for speeding. Uniform constables will continue their vigilance throughout the New Year in keeping it safe for all to enjoy.


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Pedestrian Congestion

Between Wednesday 31st December 2014 and Friday 2nd January 2015, 17 Cruise Ships and approximately 37,000 passengers are scheduled to arrive in the George Town Port. It is anticipated to see congested with pedestrians, motorist planning on using between 8:00am and 4:00pm are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid delays. Uniform officers will be present.


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