Police to hold district community meetings next week

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has announced that it will hold a series of district community meetings next week.

Each meeting will be hosted the district area commanders, who will be on hand to “hear the views of community and issues concerning the policing within their districts,” according to an RCIPS statement released on Tuesday.

The police service is urging residents of the districts to attend the meetings and to raise any topics they feel are important to the local community’s safety and security.

The meetings will be held over a five-day period.

The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the James M. Bodden Snr. Civic Centre in Bodden Town, where Chief Inspector Brad Ebanks will be in attendance.

The following day, meetings will be held at the Craddock Ebanks Civic Centre in North Side, which Inspector Ebanks will attend; at Mary Miller Hall in George Town District, where Chief Inspector Claudia Brady will be in attendance; and at Sir John A. Cumber School Hall in West Bay, with Chief Inspector Harlan Powery. The meetings in North Side and George Town will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and the one at West Bay will be from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

On Thursday, Jan. 29, Chief Inspector Ebanks will hold a meeting at the East End Church Hall from 7 p.m.

The final meeting will be held at the South Sound Community Centre in George Town on Saturday night, Jan. 31, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Chief Inspector Brady will also attend that meeting.

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  1. District Community meetings are good, because we get the opportunity to discuss one on one with our police department and its achievements.
    Our last year meeting in Bodden Town was very informative with Chief Brad, however this year I do hope he is given more support.
    Also asking the Community groups in the Bodden Town district, to assist with refreshments for Tuesday night. Want help, you can contact me.

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