Veteran police officer Daniel A. C. Lowe, 52, appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday charged with nine criminal offences.
Four of the charges are for insulting the modesty of a woman. The five others relate to misuse of technology under the Information and Communications Technology Authority Law.
All charges relate to a time frame on a single day in October.
Defence Attorney Lloyd Samson asked that the matter be scheduled again on 20 January for plea.
Chief Magistrate Margaret Ramsay-Hale set bail conditions as requested by Crown Counsel Kirsty-Ann Gunn: specifically, that he not contact the complainant directly or indirectly; that he not go to Treasure Island condominiums.
The charge sheets identify Lowe as a Jamaican national. A news release from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service said he had been suspended from duty, in line with RCIPS policy. It also stated that the charges come following an investigation by the Criminal Investigation Department.
Lowe served with the force 26 years.