November 22, 2019

Cayman Islands police warn of suspicious Instagram and Whatsapp messages soliciting photos from minors

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From RCIPS Last Thursday, 21 December, police received a complaint from a parent on island of suspicious Instagram posts and Whatsapp communications with minor children. An Instagram message had been circulated on 16 December purportedly from a prior Miss Universe, stating that a company named “MoreTastyTeas” was recruiting models.  A communication with minor children had […]

Man charged with 4 burglaries in George Town; In court Tue (18)

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From RCIPS April 18 2017 at 9:33 AM Last Thursday, 13 April, detectives made an arrest in connection with a burglary at a restaurant on Eastern Avenue in George Town just two days before, during which a man had grabbed money out of the cash register and run away.  Detectives then determined that the man, […]

Cayman Islands: Man charged with drug offences, in court Mon (6)

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From RCIPS Feb 6 2017 11:04 am Man Charged with Drug Offences, in Court Today, 6 February Last Thursday, 2 February, officers arrested a man, age 36 of George Town, on suspicion of drug offences while he was at a restaurant on North Church Street in George Town. The man has been charged with Possession […]

Cayman Islands police officers execute 28 outstanding court warrants last Thursday (26)

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From RCIPS Last Thursday, 26th January, uniform officers executed 28 court warrants in their efforts to reduce numbers of outstanding warrants and support efficient court processes. The warrants were executed throughout all districts of the Grand Cayman, and resulted in 19 arrests overall; all of them had been ordered by the court after failures to […]

Cayman police at the Brac

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RCIPS senior officers meet with community on Cayman Brac Last Thursday, 21 July, ACoP Anthony Ennis and C/Supt. Kurt Walton joined Sister Islands’ Area Commander Wendy Parchment to host a community meeting at the Seamen’s Centre on Cayman Brac. The meeting was well-attended, with fifty residents in attendance to discuss issues of crime and public […]

Bahamas gov’t still awaiting report on Jamaican women

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From Jamaica Observer NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) — The Bahamas government says it does not condone the “abuse of any detainee” as it awaits the findings of an investigation into the arrest of 11 Jamaican women earlier this month. Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell told the Parliament late Monday that he had already spoken […]

The Editor Speaks: You don’t put the cart before the horse

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It has always puzzled me why we spend millions and millions of dollars on police, prison and other security and enforcement measures every year and almost nothing on crime prevention. Surely if a crime is prevented we don’t need the rest? So why do we put the cart in front of the horse? Two of […]