December 2, 2023

RCIPS, CBC and International Partners locate man wanted for Murder in Jamaica

From RCIPS On Monday 6 November RCIPS were alerted by regional law enforcement partners in Jamaica, about a male visiting the Cayman Islands who is wanted on Suspicion of Murder in Jamaica. RCIPS, in collaboration with our partners at CBC located and detained the man on Wednesday 8 November.  This morning, Thursday 9 November the […]

Cayman: WORC, CBC and RCIPS Collaborate to Return Wanted Person

Workforce Opportunities & Residency Cayman (WORC), Customs & Border Control (CBC) and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) worked together to remove a person wanted by the Jamaican authorities for information relating to a murder in Jamaica. The wanted person arrived in Grand Cayman on 1 January, 2023 and was returned to Jamaica under the […]

Cayman: RCIPS police helicopter assists with rescue of migrants at sea, along with CBC, CIFS and CICG

During the early morning of Thursday, 27 October 2022, three irregular migrants reached the shores of Cayman Brac and were met by the police and Cayman Islands Customs and Border Control officers. The migrants informed the officers that they had left Cuba several days before and had passed another vessel about 55 nautical miles northeast of […]

Cayman: RCIPS, WORC and CBC come together for Interview Skills Training Course

From RCIPS Earlier this month, instructors from the RCIPS Training and Development Unit hosted a group of Compliance Officers from Workforce Opportunities Cayman, along with a Customs Officer from CI Customs and Border Control, for a week-long course on Interview Technique Skills. The course covered topics including the meaning and admissibility of evidence, statement writing, […]

CBC hires 32 Caymanian recruits

The Cayman Islands Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) has welcomed 32 new Caymanian officers into its ranks following a recent successful recruitment drive.  Forming the largest recruitment class to date, the 32 Caymanian recruits bring varying professional backgrounds and areas of expertise, but all share a common enthusiasm for law enforcement.  The new recruits are currently […]

Cayman: Boating Regulation require CBC clearance

By: Martha Connolly Grand Cayman, 28 September 2021 In accordance with the Prevention, Control and Suppression of COVID-19 (Travel and Boating) Regulations 2021, (SL 64 o 2021), effective immediately, all marine vessels travelling from Grand Cayman to the Sister Islands must receive a clearance letter from Customs & Border Control Service (CBC). All persons on the […]

Cayman: CBC confirms migrant situation has been resolved

The Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) confirms the situation with the Cuban migrants onboard the MV Bulk Freedom has been resolved. Earlier in the evening the infant was removed along with the parents. Hours later the remaining migrants were removed and escorted onshore to a Government quarantine facility.

Cayman: CBC update on return of migrants

The Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) acknowledges the situation with the migrants who are refusing to disembark the vessel, Bulk Freedom. CBC can confirm that there are ten adult males, two adult females and one infant female remaining on board. CBC can confirm that one male migrant voluntarily disembarked the vessel and has been […]

Justin Trudeau: New video of Canada’s PM in blackface

From BBC A new video has emerged of Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, wearing blackface, a day after he admitted such behaviour was racist. He apologised on Wednesday after photos of two similar episodes – one when he was a teacher and another a student – came to light. His Liberal Party says the video […]

Cayman: Governor addresses new CBC recruits & expanding K9 Unit

On Tuesday (10 July 2019), His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Martyn Roper attended and spoke to recruits on the first day of a 21-week training course for 11 new Customs and Border Control (CBC) officers.  The new recruits will be trained in a wide array of subjects including, but not limited to; the relevant laws, […]