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The Anti-Corruption Commission has charged a staff member at the Department of Public Prosecutions with breach of trust.
Anti-Corruption Commission investigators, supported by officers from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service, arrested a 31-year-old man Wednesday in connection with an ongoing investigation.
Lonny Tibbetts, the longtime CEO of government’s health insurance company CINICO, has been summarily fired.
A third person has been arrested in connection with a bribery case involving a Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing Department employee.
A second person has been arrested in connection with a bribery case involving a Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing department employee.
Criminal charges filed against a dozen people this week were related to a scheme to cheat the Immigration Department’s English language test for work permit holders, according to the Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission.
The Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission has been notified of an ongoing internal audit at the Health Services Authority regarding “irregularities” in overtime payments to security officers.
An unnamed public official has been arrested in an ongoing investigation by the Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission, bringing to 10 the number of people arrested in the probe. No one has yet been charged.
Local attorney and Cayman Islands Football Association Vice President Bruce Blake was arrested last week in connection with a corruption and money laundering probe.
Five people, including three Immigration Department employees, were arrested Thursday by the Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission investigators in connection with a bribery investigation.
The Cayman Islands government recorded two arrests and one conviction for corruption-related offenses during its last budget year, according to a report made public last month.