Inspector Fernando Soto, area commander for the eastern districts, will be at select meetings.

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service will begin holding twice-weekly community clinics in North Side and East End, from Thursday, 13 Feb.

Members of the public can attend the clinics, held every Tuesday and Thursday, between 6pm and 9pm, at the police stations in both districts.

Community police officers and community safety officers for the districts will attend the clinics. In addition, Inspector Fernando Soto, area commander for the eastern districts, will be at select meetings, and the community will be advised in advance of these times, according to an RCIPS press release .

The RCIPS advised residents to check the RCIPS website and mobile app frequently to find out more about these community clinics, and the dates that senior officers will be attending.

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