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The Editor Speaks: Remembering a “forgotten” Cayman Islands hero who was born 136 years ago.

Major Joseph Rodriquez Watler (better known as Mr. Roddy) “Roddy” was born on 3rd March 1880 in the District of Red Bay, Grand Cayman. He died at age 75 in April of 1965. Roddy served as Inspector of Police for…

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Cayman Islands police community meeting a big success

From RCIPS George Town Community Meeting – Selkirk Drive Red Bay The RCIPS is today (6) saying a big thank you to the community of Red Bay. Over 45 residents turned out last night Tuesday August 5th to voice their…

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The Editor Speaks: Even with a ‘good spin’ the crime statistics are dreadful

The spin was working overtime in the latest commentary from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) that was included with the 2013 crime statistics to produce statements like “a dip sample of burglary reports has revealed that during the…

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Roddy Watler remembered

Today (Monday 3 March) is the anniversary of Major Joseph Rodriquez Watler who served as Inspector of Police (for  33 years), was light house keeper, foreman of public works, boarding officer of vessels,  and warehouse keeper. He was appointed Officer in Charge…

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PFL Playoffs: Finals and Third-Place Review

Cayman Prep and Red Bay win double titles The always entertaining 2013/2014 CUC Primary Football league (PFL) concluded this past Saturday, January 25, with Cayman Prep and Red Bay Primary emerging as the season’s clear winners with two titles a…

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Reporting app revealed The Department of Environment (DoE) has announced it is launching an app that will enable people to make reports to staff in real time on their iPads and smart phones whenever they see someone executing infractions in…