Tag: RCIPS

Rogue rider narrowly misses beachgoers

Rogue rider narrowly misses beachgoers

| 15/08/2017 | 50 Comments
(CNS): Police are investigating an incident on Sunday (13 August) involving motorbike riders who were engaged in dangerous driving at Rum Point. One of the riders is accused of riding on the beach and narrowly missing beachgoers, including children, when the group of six bikers, described by police [...]

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Man stabbed in leg during GT fight

Man stabbed in leg during GT fight

| 15/08/2017 | 27 Comments
(CNS): Police are investigating another violent altercation after a man said he was assaulted and stabbed in the leg by a man he knew in the early hours of Sunday morning (13 August) at McField Square, George Town. Police had been called to the central area of the capital at about 2am after a repor [...]

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Cruise tourist drowns during snorkelling trip

Cruise tourist drowns during snorkelling trip

| 15/08/2017 | 18 Comments
(CNS): A 70-year-old woman who was visiting Grand Cayman on a cruise ship yesterday morning (14 August) died after a snorkelling trip, police have said. The woman, who was from the United States, was said to have encountered difficulties at Coral Gardens in North Sound at around 11am. She was pulle [...]

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Vandals take aim at Foots’ controversial work

Vandals take aim at Foots’ controversial work

| 15/08/2017 | 44 Comments
(CNS): The controversial statues created by Cayman Brac artist Ronald ‘Foots’ Kynes and displayed at his yard and land nearby at his South Side home have been vandalised. The local artist was arrested last month under archaic legislation after some of his neighbours had complained to police that [...]

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Man robs school of registration fees

Man robs school of registration fees

| 10/08/2017 | 51 Comments
(CNS): Police are on the lookout for a man who made off with cash stolen from a George Town private school on Thursday morning at around 8:30. Officers were called to Truth for Youth, on Walkers Road by the junction of Goring Avenue, around 45 minutes later and learned that a man posing as a [&helli [...]

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Man accuses ex-girlfriend of misusing credit card

Man accuses ex-girlfriend of misusing credit card

| 08/08/2017
(CNS): A West Bay woman is facing 13 charges for fraud-related offences after her former, estranged partner said she ran up a bill of almost $2,000 on a credit card he claimed she had stolen from him, and attempted to spend about another $1,200. The 29-year-old woman is accused of taking the card an [...]

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Beggar stabs victim who refused cash request

Beggar stabs victim who refused cash request

| 08/08/2017 | 56 Comments
(CNS): Police are on the lookout for a beggar who stabbed a man in the chest early on Tuesday morning after his requests for money were knocked back by his victim. Officers on the case said that they are now looking for witnesses, but no description of the alleged assailant has been given. The incid [...]

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Cops and fire crew taught safer driving

Cops and fire crew taught safer driving

| 07/08/2017 | 18 Comments
(CNS): A group of police and fire service officers has acquired advanced driving skills that will be passed on to other members of the RCIPS and the CIFS. Despite various campaigns to improve driving standards in Cayman, 95% of road smashes are the result of human errors and collisions show no signs [...]

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Plateless cars cause concern as numbers grow

Plateless cars cause concern as numbers grow

| 13/04/2017 | 87 Comments
(CNS): There are now hundreds of cars on Cayman’s roads with no licence plates due to unexplained delays in the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing roll out of its new electronic plate system. The switch aimed to allow the RCIPS check the details of cars more quickly and ensure that [...]

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RCIPS helps expose global child abuse sites

RCIPS helps expose global child abuse sites

| 12/04/2017 | 12 Comments
(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service was instrumental in closing down child sexual abuse websites based in France and Russia that were previously unknown to authorities, as part of its collaboration with the UK charity, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), during the course of an investigation [...]

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Ombudsman laws steered through LA

Ombudsman laws steered through LA

| 03/04/2017 | 15 Comments
(CNS): The controversial decision by the government to merge the Information Commissioner’s Office and the Office of the Complaints Commissioner, with the additional responsibility of police complaints, was solidified in the final sitting of the Legislative Assembly with the passage of two key [...]

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