December 14, 2019

Cayman Islands police officers using new contact cards when responding to calls for service

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From RCIPS This week the RCIPS, with the support of Crime Stoppers, is providing all frontline officers with new contact cards in order improve communication with the public and victim care. The cards, which take the form of a regular business card, feature blank spaces for officers responding to 9-1-1 calls for service and any […]

A Robbery and an Assault outside Liquor-Licensed premises cap busy weekend of 20 arrests in Cayman Islands

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From RCIPS A Robbery and an Assault outside Liquor-Licensed Premises Cap Busy Weekend of Twenty Arrests A second robbery on Friday night (in addition to the robbery of a handbag previously reported in Bodden Town) and an incident with restricted weapons, both at liquor-licensed premises, capped a busy weekend for police. Police received a report […]

Cayman Islands: Attempted purse snatching on Powery Road in West Bay Thu (12)

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From RCIPS: Fri 13 January 2017 11:54 AM Around 8:15AM yesterday morning, 12 January, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre received a report of an incident along Powery Road near Conch Point Rd where a man attempted to snatch a woman’s purse.  Around 6:30AM the woman was walking along Powery Road when a man ran up behind […]

The Editor Speaks: Sick!

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“Another incident of animal cruelty at Cayman Islands Equestrian Centre” is the sickening headline this morning under our Front Page section. Last August two horses suffered horrific injuries from a SEXUAL assault and one had to be put down. The whole population of our three islands was sickened except for the perpetrator(s) and I wrote […]

37 Warrants served this week; Cayman Islands police appeals for public to pay tickets on a timely basis

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From RCIPS RCIPS officers executed thirty-seven warrants this week, twenty of which were served yesterday as part of a drive efficiently completed by officers to reduce outstanding warrants. Although these warrants range in type, the majority of them are for individuals who have failed to appear at court or forgotten to pay traffic tickets. Officers […]

Another incident of animal cruelty at Cayman Islands Equestrian Centre

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From RCIPS The RCIPS regrets to inform that there has been another report of an incident of animal cruelty at the Equestrian Center in George Town, where a pony was found this morning (Fri 4) to have been sexually assaulted. An examination of the pony, named “Pebbles”, by a veterinarian from the Department of Agriculture […]

RCIPS redeploys bicycle patrols around Grand Cayman

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As of last Wednesday, 17 August, the RCIPS re-started bicycle patrols by police officers as part of its revamped neighbourhood policing strategy to increase community engagement. Officers with the Neighbourhood Policing Department (NPD) have been out daily over the past week at different times in different areas of George Town to increase police visibility, interact […]

Cayman Islands police initiates forums of cooperation with private sector

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In recent weeks newly-appointed Superintendent of Uniform and District Operations, Robert Graham, who is the strategic lead on implementing the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) community policing strategy, has been holding various meetings with community stakeholders. Last week he convened meetings of daytime and nighttime business forums in an effort to better understand the […]

Cayman Islands police thank public for a “quiet” holiday weekend

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From RCIPS No Late Night Serious Incidents over the Weekend near Bars/Nightclubs; Five DUI Arrests There were no major serious or violent incidents over the weekend near bars and nightclubs, although five people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Additionally, no reports were received regarding the presence of weapons at bars or […]

Two new Superintendents from UK join Cayman Islands police

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From RCIPS RCIPS Welcomes Two New Superintendents The RCIPS is delighted to announce the addition of two new superintendents to its command team. As of today both Detective Superintendent Peter Lansdown and Police Superintendent Robert Graham have begun in their positions as heads of Specialist Operations (CID, FCU, Drugs and Serious Crime, JIU etc.), and […]