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The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service got burglaries under control during 2016, but an increase in gun crimes for the year has the department...
The Economics and Statistics Office provides a wealth of information on the Cayman Islands and recently issued some new reports that are worth discussing, in particular within the context of the real estate industry.
Regular readers of my monthly updates will know that we like to periodically take an overview of the statistics produced by CIREBA, the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association, the entity charged with overseeing Cayman’s real estate industry. These statistics, especially when viewed within a historical context, always make for interesting reading and point to current market trends.
Cayman Islands government agencies collect all sorts of data every day, publishing much of it across more than a dozen websites.
In government’s expanding efforts to collect more detailed economic data, this year’s business surveys will ask for more specific expense data from across Cayman’s industries.
Crime statistics for 2015 released by police Thursday reflect a drop in crime across most categories in 2015 compared to 2014, including burglaries and robberies, although there was a marked increase in attempted burglaries last year.