November 15, 2019

Cayman: HSA reviewing options to expand care to the Eastern Districts

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As the Cayman Islands population continues to grow, the Health Services Authority (HSA) is beginning the implementation of its 30-year Master Facility and Service Development Plan to expand services and access to care to meet the changing demographics and new demands for healthcare services.  Amongst the HSA’s plans is a satellite medical facility in Bodden […]

Cayman: HSA reviewing options to expand care to the Eastern Districts

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As the Cayman Islands population continues to grow, the Health Services Authority (HSA) is beginning the implementation of its 30-year Master Facility and Service Development Plan to expand services and access to care to meet the changing demographics and new demands for healthcare services.  Amongst the HSA’s plans is a satellite medical facility in Bodden Town […]

Cayman: Statement by Hon. Joey Hew on Traffic Delays – Thursday, October 3

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GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – In regard to the traffic delays experienced by motorists in some areas of the Eastern Districts today, Thursday, October 3, 2019, Minister of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure, Hon. Joey Hew, had the following to say: “The Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure is aware of the extreme traffic delays experienced […]

Cayman Islands DEH working double shifts to remedy collection schedule

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The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is working double shifts today (Thursday, 3 January 2018) through Saturday, 5 January, to address delays in garbage collection in George Town and the Eastern Districts. As a result the Department expects to return to its normal garbage collection schedule beginning in West Bay on Monday, 7 January. Officials […]

A/ Inspector Fernando Soto assumes role of Cayman Islands Eastern Districts Area Commander

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As of last week, Acting Police Inspector Fernando Soto has taken the duties of Area Commander for the Eastern Districts, following the announcement of the retirement of Inspector Winsome Prendergast from the RCIPS in January 2019 after 21 years of service.  The RCIPS would like to acknowledge Inspector Prendergast’s energy and commitment to policing during […]

The Editor Speaks: Everything leaks

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None of us should have been privy to the minutes from the OfReg recent special board meeting. However, they were leaked. And they made very interesting reading. So much so that OfReg decided to release their own statement on the extraordinary happenings that went on at that meeting. Talk about damage control. If there is […]

Cayman Islands police give ‘Back to School Road Safety Reminders’

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From RCIPS With the upcoming school year approaching, the RCIPS would like to remind the public of some traffic issues that impact road safety during morning commuting, especially in the Eastern Districts. Motorists are reminded that between the hours of 7AM and 8:30AM, the Poindexter Road way will be closed to all motorists, except those […]

Cayman Islands police receives donation of mobile phones for Community Officers, adds additional officers to Eastern District beats, 17 July

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From RCIPS The RCIPS is pleased to announce two new developments this month that are expected to enhance the already strong working relationship that the Community Policing Department has been building with the public. Late last week the RCIPS received a donation of twenty-two smart phones from Cayman Crime Stoppers, which promises to improve the […]

Cayman Islands: UPDATE – MAN CHARGED -Two burglary arrests made for three separate incidents, 23-24 April

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From RCIPS UPDATE: The man, age 48 of East End, who was arrested on suspicion of burglary for an incident on John McLean drive on Monday, 23 April, has been formally charged with Burglary, Consumption of Cocaine, and Intentional Harassment, Alarm or Distress. He is appearing in court this morning, Thu 26 April. RCIPS Officers […]

Cayman Islands police offer Safety and Crime Prevention tips for Easter holidays

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In anticipation of the upcoming Easter holidays, the RCIPS is advising the public of certain steps that can be taken to protect themselves and their property if they are spending time camping over this long weekend. Camping is an Easter tradition in Cayman, meaning that many people will leave their residences unoccupied for the entire […]