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New ministry policy assistant is JGHS graduate

New ministry policy assistant is JGHS graduate

| 13/01/2020 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): The Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure has promoted a John Gray High School graduate from the position of executive officer to the position of the position of policy assistant at the ministry. Leah Watson, who is currently pursuing an Associate degree in Public Administration at the Cayman Islands Civil Service College, […]

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IT expert promoted at Computer Services

IT expert promoted at Computer Services

| 13/01/2020 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Darvy Whittaker, who has over thirty years of experience in information technology service delivery, has been promoted within the Computer Services Department (CSD) to Deputy Director, Service Delivery. In his new post he is tasked with responsibility for all aspects of information systems user experience across the Cayman Islands Government.

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CIFS recognises Australian firefighters

CIFS recognises Australian firefighters

| 09/01/2020 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Australia is experiencing the country’s worst fire seasons on record, in which 15.6 million acres has burned, 25 people and an estimated one billion animals have died and 2,000 homes destroyed. Firefighters, many of whom are volunteers, are working round the clock to battle fires throughout the country.

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11 women among 22 new RCIPS officers

11 women among 22 new RCIPS officers

| 07/10/2019 | 2 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Twenty-two new RCIPS officers, the second recruit class of 2019, officially graduated from basic training on Thursday, 26 September. They have now been assigned to police duties, where they will receive on-the-job training with an experienced officer and will be assessed for their suitability for independent patrolling. Continuous assessments throughout their two-year […]

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RCIPS officers’ 30 years of service

RCIPS officers’ 30 years of service

| 03/10/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Three police officers recently celebrated 30 years of service to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. In August 1989, Police Inspector Rudolph Gordon, Police Inspector Eustace Joseph and Senior Police Constable Stephen Myers joined our ranks after being trained locally as police constables, an RCIPS release said.

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