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Cayman Islands:Man charged for Criminal Trespasses over weekend, in court Tue (2 Jan) morning

From RCIPS Tue 2 Jan 2018 A man, age 41 of George Town, has been charged with two counts of Criminal Trespass in connection with two incidents that took place early Saturday morning, 30 December. That morning, the man had…

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Cayman Islands: Arson of 3 Motor Vehicles in the Windsor Park Area

From RCIPS Dec 1 2017 Early this morning, 1 December, police responded to three reports of vehicles on fire in the Windsor Park area; two on Williams Drive and one on Anthony Drive. These incidents are now being investigated as…

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Statement of Derek Byrne, Cayman Islands Commissioner of Police, on Illegal Motorbike Activity

Statement of Derek Byrne, Commissioner of Police, on Illegal Motorbike Activity, 30 November Illegal and dangerous motorbike activity is a problem in Grand Cayman, and the reduction of this activity has been, and continues to be, a priority for the…

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Response to ‘Britain’s Perfect Caribbean crime: Ignored genocide, faked emancipation…’

From Trinidad and Tobago News Blog 7th Annual George Lamming Distinguished Lecture Streamed live on Jun 13, 2017 On Tuesday, June 13, 2017, Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, delivered the seventh…

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Cayman Islands prison officers recruits receive CCTV training

HMCIPS recruits receive CCTV training The role of a closed-circuit television (CCTV) operator is multifaceted, as use of the system plays a vital role in safeguarding communities, in addition to serving as a functional tool to prevent and reduce crime….

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India: Asha Kiran Home – Kejriwal directs Chief Secy to intervene

From DNA India Flagging horrific conditions and deaths at the Asha Kiran Home for the mentally challenged, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today directed the Chief Secretary to intervene immediately and set the situation right and file a report in a…

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TRINIDAD: Mother, two children killed in accident

From CNC3 A mother and her two children were killed in an accident on the corner of Mausica junction and the Priority Bus Route around 11 pm last night. She has been identified as 34-year-old Carla Colins of Belmont. According…

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Cayman Islands: UPDATED/Police call for witnesses/- Fatal shooting on Martin Drive Monday, 28 November

From RCIPS RCIPS Appeals for Witnesses in Investigation into the Murder of Damean Seymour Yesterday, 28 November A Major Incident Room was established yesterday, 28 November, to investigate the shooting death of Damean Seymour, who was shot around 11:40AM on…

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A fortunate place: The secrets and truth inside Chungking Mansions

From South China Post Chungking Mansions launched as a beacon of prosperity in jet-set era Hong Kong. The building’s fame slid into notoriety soon after, and it has lived for 55 years in the spotlight. Many Hong Kong people avoid…

Here’s why slow-motion video could be more damaging in front of a jury

By Nicole Orttung, Christian Science Monitor From Business Insider With the proliferation of police officers’ body cameras and popularity of citizens live-streaming run-ins with the police, it’s increasingly likely that court testimony isn’t just one memory of how events unfolded…