The Christmas holiday passed without any major incidents on the roads, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service reported Thursday.
However the RCIPS vowed to continue to focus on impaired drivers and speeders as the New Year approached.
A police spokesperson thanked the police and the public for helping to make Christmas safe and peaceful.
‘The results of the good co-operation between the police and the general public were evident,’ the spokesperson said.
The RCIPS warned motorists to exercise caution as they travel around the island during the rest of the holiday season.
‘Police will be out in force to ensure drivers are abiding by the law,’ the RCIPS said.
The RCIPS has conducted island-wide multitasked operations targeting criminal activities, including traffic and other anti-social conduct.
‘These operations have proved effective thus far and will continue with the same vigour, tenacity and dedication by the fine men and women on the frontline supported by members of the RCIPS Special Constables,’ the RCIPS said.