RCIPS drives home road safety

With road safety a key consideration for young drivers far and wide, the RCIPS recently screened the documentary “Road Impact: Cayman Islands,” a joint project with local TV station Cayman 27 about the impact of road fatalities in Cayman, for Year 11 students at John Gray High School.

The screening, held on April 4, was a follow-up to the March 24 screening for Year 11 Students at Clifton Hunter High School.

Principal John Clark and Deputy Commissioner Anthony Ennis opened the event, and Superintendent Robert Scotland, Inspector Lloyd Marriott, Acting Police Sergeant Cornelius Pompey, CI Motorcycle Riders’ Association president Keith Keller and RCIPS public relations officer Jacqueline Carpenter fielded queries during a question-and-answer session afterward.

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