April 13, 2021

Cayman Islands: Cuban vessel runs aground in East End

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From RCIPS Fri Apr 14 2017 The Joint Marine Unit, Police Helicopter and Uniform officers responded to a call from a member of the public when a vessel ran aground  on the reef near Morritts Tortuga.   Last night around 9:23pm 911 received a report of a Cuban vessel stuck on the reef and calls […]

Cayman Islands police warns boaters to take precautions before every voyage

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RCIPS Reminds Boaters of Necessary Precautions Before Every Voyage Despite slightly calmer waters this year, the Joint Marine Unit is reminding the public that the sea can nonetheless be treacherous, and that preparation is the best safety measure that can be taken before any journey offshore. “We have not had many distress calls so far […]

Primary students visit Cayman police

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JMU and AOU Hosts Visit of Year 4 Bodden Town Primary Students On Wednesday, 15 June, twenty-eight Year 4 students from Bodden Town Primary visited both the RCIPS Joint Marine Unit and the Air Operations Unit in order to learn about police specialist operations from officers themselves. They were also treated to a demonstration by […]

BT Primary School students

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By Jacqueline Carpenter From RCIPS Bodden Town Primary Students Visit Joint Marine Unit Last Friday, 28 April On Friday, 28 April, the RCIPS Joint Marine Unit hosted thirty-two Year 1 students of Bodden Town Primary school during their daylong field trip to various emergency response departments. During their visit Senior Captain PC Hugh Bush and […]

Two Cayman Islands police officers win prestigious regional policing awards

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By Jacqueline Carpenter From RCIPS On Wednesday (20) the RCIPS was delighted to learn that two of its officers, Inspector Leo Anglin and PC Odale Mulgrave, have won top policing awards within the Regional Recognition Awards Programme sponsored by Amalgamated Security Services, Ltd. The awards are granted annually by the Programme to recognize excellence in policing in […]

Cayman Islands joint marine unit launches maritime operations course

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By Jacqueline Carpenter From RCIPS Yesterday, 29 February, marine officers from RCIPS, Customs and Immigration began a 4-week course covering various types of interdiction at sea. It is provided by members of the Caribbean Military Maritime Training Centre, and is designed to strengthen marine officers’ capacities to provide law and border enforcement through deepening their […]