With amendments to a number of important, crime-cracking laws to master, Royal Cayman Islands Police personnel were recently given some useful pointers by legal experts.
The Legal Department conducted a meeting attended by 21 representatives from management level within the RCIPS.
The meeting – chaired by Solicitor General Cheryl Richards with the assistance of Senior Crown Counsel Adam Roberts and Crown Counsel Andre Mon Desir – helped the police get to grips with the new legislation.
Amendments have recently been made to a number of Cayman Islands laws including the Criminal Procedure Code, the Information Technology Code, the Prisons Law, the Court of Appeal Law, the Firearms Law, the Evidence Law and the Penal Code.
Those at the meeting included Chief Inspector Hunte, Inspector Lee, Solicitor General Richards, Senior Crown Counsel Roberts, Sgt. Babb, Chief Inspector Bodden, Chief Inspector Myles, Inspector Simms, Inspector Barrow and Inspector Walton.