Combat crime all year long

I never thought that crime would be such a pressing problem on Cayman.

For the health of tourism, the general public and good, law abiding citizens, crime must be reduced.

If immigrants to the island are responsible for crimes, no matter how light, they should be deported.

If Caymanian citizens are involved in crime, they must be dealt a severe sentence in jail.

We have lost rentals at our condo because of an incident in October where there was a break-in.

It was a first time group on the island and they will not return as a result.

Can Cayman afford to lose tourist business because crime cannot be controlled?

This is a very important question. Cayman relies on tourism and this situation must be dealt with every day of every year, not just during the Christmas season.

Karen Young