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The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has appointed Inspector Ian Yearwood as the new area commander for the Sister Islands. He succeeds Acting Inspector Kevin Bogle in the role.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has appointed Inspector Dwayne Jones as its new head of the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit, replacing Inspector Ian Yearwood.
A police officer suffered minor injuries when a vehicle traveling at high speed collided with the police car in which he was traveling Saturday morning.
A spate of DUI arrests in the past several days is alarming, police officials say.
Police arrested four people for driving under the influence of alcohol in the early hours of the first day of the year, bringing the total holiday season DUI arrests to 47.
Police have made 32 DUI arrests, including one in which the driver was three times over the legal and six which were twice over the limit, since the beginning of December.
Traffic police are promising a clampdown on drunk driving as the Christmas party season approaches.
Summer campers learned a little more than football at the FC International Football Camp on Wednesday.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service made 10 arrests for driving under the influence last weekend as part of its ongoing traffic enforcement operations.
Magistrate Angelyn Hernandez has given the Crown one final chance to bring its case against a man charged with assaulting a police officer, a case that has dragged on for nearly a year.
The head of police’s Traffic Management Unit said Cayman was “lucky that no one lost their life on the road this weekend” because of irresponsible and dangerous driving.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service recorded at least 20 crashes during the past weekend for the second weekend in a row and at least the fifth time so far this year.
There were 30 vehicle collisions this weekend on Grand Cayman, marking at least the fourth weekend since July in which there have been 20 or more crashes.
A Royal Cayman Islands Police Service inspector testified in court Monday that he arrested a man for using foul language.
A man accused of assaulting a police inspector at a traffic stop Dec. 10 last year appeared in court Tuesday, where the defendant’s lawyer suggested the incident occurred because the police officer had lost his temper and acted inappropriately.
Students from the Cayman International School were taught proper pedestrian and road user safety last week by representatives from Rotary and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
The Cayman Islands has seen at least three weekends within the past two months with more than 20 vehicle accidents between Friday and Sunday, according to records published by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.