Tag: RCIPS

Police officer earns top employee badge

Police officer earns top employee badge

| 06/03/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Royal Cayman Islands Police Services (RCIPS) Detective Inspector Collins Oremule earned the first Cayman Islands Government Employee of the Month honours for 2019 with his January award. Deputy Governor Franz Manderson recognised the officer, who is with the Criminal Investigation Department of the RCIPS.

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RCIPS focuses on customer service

RCIPS focuses on customer service

| 04/03/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is partnering with the Portfolio of the Civil Service to provide learning and development opportunities to its officers and civilian staff in customer service, leadership and management. This initiative reflects police “commitment to the wider civil service vision of becoming world class, and to the mission […]

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Are the police ATVs allowed on the road?

Are the police ATVs allowed on the road?

| 22/02/2019 | 2 Comments

I see the police are going to be using ATVs. I am wondering if they will be driving these on the road as well as the beach. Can you find out? Auntie’s answer: As you note, the RCIPS recently purchased two all-terrain vehicles to be used for patrolling the beach and off-road areas. The police […]

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Urgent case of missing man

Urgent case of missing man

| 05/02/2019 | 0 Comments

What is a Category 1 missing person? Auntie’s answer: This question came up in the comments last week under this article: Search intensifies for missing homeless man. The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service was referring to the seriousness of the case of 72-year-old Eral Keith Whitely, who was last seen 26 December. An RCIPS spokesperson […]

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Police talk crime prevention in BT

Police talk crime prevention in BT

| 03/02/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Community Policing Officers in the Bodden Town District (Beats 3, 4 and 5) recently met residents of the North Sound Gardens community to talk about neighbourhood security. The meeting, held Sunday, 27 January, organised by the Community Policing Departments first crime-prevention workshops of the year.

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Traffic lights need buttons for pedestrians

Traffic lights need buttons for pedestrians

| 01/02/2019 | 6 Comments

Why is it that the pedestrian crossings in central George Town have not been outfitted with the button-operated lights as has been done for other relatively new crossings? These GT crossings are the most used and these lights would certainly benefit pedestrians and drivers (providing they have a delay between activations) if/when installed. Then the […]

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Jamaican police supt speaks to Cayman’s youth

Jamaican police supt speaks to Cayman’s youth

| 23/01/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): As part of Support Our Youth Month, the Jamaican Assistant Superintendent of Police was the keynote speaker at the Planning for Youth Success Conference held at the University College of the Cayman Islands on Friday, 18 January. Coleridge Minto, of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, who is also the Director for Security and […]

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Victim did not receive police update

Victim did not receive police update

| 18/01/2019 | 7 Comments

Some time ago I was seriously assaulted by someone known to me. The matter was reported to the police and I gave a statement giving details of the assault. Some short time later I became aware that the same person had been arrested for another crime. Since then I have not heard of any charges […]

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RCIPS issues tips for holiday boat safety

RCIPS issues tips for holiday boat safety

| 18/12/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The RCIPS Joint Marine Unit(JMU)  has issued an advisory for taking part in watersports over the holidays, especially boating and diving. The JMU noted that from November through April Cayman can be subject to strong winds and weather conditions that can affect people’s ability to go out on their boats.

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Trucks need to be better regulated

Trucks need to be better regulated

| 04/12/2018 | 6 Comments

Are there any rules that apply to the increasing number of large, poorly driven and maintained trucks that threaten the safety of motorists using Shamrock Road? I have seen a speeding truck pass a school bus as children were alighting, trucks that spill their wet load onto vehicles behind, numerous trucks that belch thick black smoke […]

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