Dozens of drunk drivers were taken off the streets during the RCIPS Festive road safety campaign, according to Royal Cayman Islands Police officers.
Hundreds of traffic-related offences were detected and more than 50 arrests were made during the six-week operation between 22 November and 3 January.
The arrests were made in connection with offences such as disqualified driving, failing to stop, dangerous driving and DUI. Thirty-seven people were arrested for drink driving.
“This was a very successful operation and 37 drink drivers who decided that they would ignore all of our warnings now face court and the possibility that they will be fined and lose their licence,” said RCIPS Chief Inspector Angelique Howell.
Other notable figures from the traffic safety campaign included:
51 arrests, including the 37 for DUI
403 speeding offences detected
333 traffic tickets issued for various offences
215 traffic offences reported
286 breath tests conducted
128 police road blocks conducted
24 people found not to be wearing seatbelts
63 stop and search operations undertaken