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  • CIFS Officers Honoured

    When danger strikes, the men and women of the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) are the ones who run towards the flames and risk it all to ensure the safety of the people of the country, and on Tuesday, 16 May 2017 those officers who selflessly protect and serve were celebrated. A staff appreciation luncheon,…

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  • HMCI Director Receives Prestigious Award

    Director of Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI), Mr. McCleary Frederick, made history at the 31st Annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference in Palm Beach, Florida as the first international recipient of the Governor’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Frederick proudly accepted the most prestigious award of the conference today (Thursday, 18 May 2017). He was recognised for his…

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  • CIFS Vehicle Handover Ceremony

    The newest and most modern aerodrome fire truck in the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) fleet as officially unveiled on Thursday, 4 May 2017, during a vehicle handover ceremony. Government leaders, airport officials and Fire Service personnel gathered at the Cayman Brac Fire Station to celebrate the new truck’s arrival.  The Panther 6×6, made by…

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  • DPSC Assistant Director – Electronic Monitoring Centre Needed

    CAYMAN ISLANDS GOVERNMENT The Ministry of Home Affairs Department of Public Safety Communications ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – ELECTRONIC MONITORING CENTRE (CCTV ADMINISTRATOR) Salary: CI$55,560 to $74,712 (US$69,450 to $93,390) Under the direction of the Director of Public Safety Communications, this post is responsible for the operation of the Cayman Islands Electronic Monitoring Centre (CIEMC) The CIEMC…

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  • DPSC Telecommunicator Trainee Needed

    CAYMAN ISLANDS GOVERNMENT The Ministry of Home Affairs Department of Public Safety Communications TELECOMMUNICATOR – TRAINEE LEVEL Salary: CI $26,292 annum ($35,916 to $48,276 after 6 months training period) The Cayman Islands 9-1-1 Public Safety Communications Centre processes and coordinates emergencies including police, ambulance and fire. Those hired for the post of Telecommunicator – Training…

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  • DCR Promotes Three Caymanians

    The Department of Community Rehabilitation (DCR) is proud to announce the recent promotion of three young Caymanian employees, including the development of a new management position. Ms. Lisa Malice, from North Side, has been promoted to the new role of Deputy Director of DCR. “It’s truly an honour to be appointed as the department’s first…

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  • Asylum Training Course

    Head of the Governor’s Office, Matthew Forbes, welcomed over 20 participants from the Department of Immigration’s Enforcement team and Immigration Appeals Tribunal (IAT) to a two week intensive course on immigration and asylum on Monday. Dealing effectively with migration and asylum is key to national security, but migration also plays a significant role in Cayman’s…

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  • TCI Delegation Visits Cayman to Discuss Immigration

    Last week, over the course of two days (Thursday, 23 March and Friday, 24 March 2017) senior public officials from the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) visited the Cayman Islands to discuss matters related to immigration services and border security. The TCI delegation consisted of the Deputy Premier of TCI and Minister of Border Control…

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  • Update on Applications Pending for Permanent Residence

    “In light of the changes that were made recently to the Permanent Residence Points System by the Immigration (Amendment) Regulations, 2017 the Department of Immigration is putting in place a plan in consultation with the Ministry of Home Affairs and other Government Departments that will allow the processing of permanent residence applications to resume and…

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  • CIG Request for Proposal – Organisational Evaluation and Design for the Immigration Department

    The Ministry of Home Affairs invite suitably qualified consultants to submit a tender for the above-mentioned service. Prospective applicants should be an authorised supplier of equipment from an established manufacturer. The Request for tenders may be collected from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government Administration Building, #133 Elgin Ave, Grand Cayman, KY1-9000 between 8:30am and…

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  • Tumble Dryer Sparks House Fire

    Leaving a tumble dryer unattended may save time, but the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) warns that it isn’t worth the risk. According to Gov.UK statistics a dryer fire is the second leading cause of house fires, and last month one local resident learned just how dangerous it can be. “We received a call about…

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  • Investigation Ongoing into CIFS Vehicle Incident

    The Ministry of Home Affairs and the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) continue to work closely with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) to ensure that the incident on Monday, 13 March 2017 involving a fire rescue vehicle is thoroughly investigated. As the RCIPS continues to conduct their investigation, an internal investigation is also…

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  • Corrections Crackdown: Contraband Confiscated

    Continued vigilance and a pro-active stance have paid off at Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS), by keeping drugs and other contraband from making its way inside the prison walls. Just weeks after an officer with HMCIPS stopped an intruder that had thrown a large quantity of marijuana over the prison’s fence, a recent inspection…

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  • Tsunami Response Exercise for the Cayman Islands

    The Cayman Islands will join other localities in the Caribbean as a participant in an annual tsunami response exercise called the CARIBE WAVE 17 on Tuesday, 21 March 2017. Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) Director, McCleary Frederick, says the purpose of the exercise is to evaluate local tsunami response plans, increase tsunami preparedness and improve…

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  • RCIPS Officer Awarded Chief Officer’s Choice

    Fleet and Stores Manager Darren Ebanks, with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), has been named the newest Chief Officer’s Choice by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Acting Chief Officer Ms. Kathryn Dinspel-Powell, amongst other Ministry and RCIPS leaders, presented the award to Mr. Ebanks as the successful civil servant for the month of…

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  • HMCIPS Recruits Receive CCTV Training

    The role of a closed-circuit television (CCTV) operator is multifaceted, as use of the system plays a vital role in safeguarding communities, in addition to serving as a functional tool to prevent and reduce crime. New recruits with Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service recently received training on how to use the National CCTV Network…

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  • Drug Arrest Made at HMCIPS

    On Thursday, 16 February 2017 an officer with Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS) quickly apprehended a man who was caught throwing a large quantity of drugs over the prison fence. Prison Officer Michael Taylor was patrolling the outer perimeter of HMCIPS in the K-9 van, when around 4.20 p.m. he saw a man…

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  • Fleet Assessment Completed on CIFS Engines

    The Ministry of Home Affairs and the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) recently commissioned an evaluation of the entire fleet of domestic and aerodrome vehicles. Two experts with Pierce and Oshkosh Manufacturing recently travelled to all Fire Service locations on all three islands to undertake a thorough assessment of the fire trucks in service. The…

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  • New Fire Engine for CIFS in Cayman Brac

    The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) will soon add a new, modern aerodrome fire truck to its fleet, which will be based at the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport fire station on Cayman Brac. Fire Chief David Hails has officially signed the contract for the new firefighting vehicle, with a price tag of $599,328 KYD. A…

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Other News

19th May 2017

CIFS Officers Honoured

When danger strikes, the men and women of the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) are the ones who run towards the flames and risk it all to ensure the safety of the people of the country, and on Tuesday,... Read More

18th May 2017

HMCI Director Receives Prestigious Award

Director of Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI), Mr. McCleary Frederick, made history at the 31st Annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference in Palm Beach, Florida as the first international recipient of the Governor’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Frederick proudly accepted the... Read More

9th May 2017

CIFS Vehicle Handover Ceremony

The newest and most modern aerodrome fire truck in the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) fleet as officially unveiled on Thursday, 4 May 2017, during a vehicle handover ceremony. Government leaders, airport officials and Fire Service personnel gathered at... Read More

21st April 2017

DPSC Assistant Director – Electronic Monitoring Centre Needed

CAYMAN ISLANDS GOVERNMENT The Ministry of Home Affairs Department of Public Safety Communications ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – ELECTRONIC MONITORING CENTRE (CCTV ADMINISTRATOR) Salary: CI$55,560 to $74,712 (US$69,450 to $93,390) Under the direction of the Director of Public Safety Communications, this... Read More

21st April 2017

DPSC Telecommunicator Trainee Needed

CAYMAN ISLANDS GOVERNMENT The Ministry of Home Affairs Department of Public Safety Communications TELECOMMUNICATOR – TRAINEE LEVEL Salary: CI $26,292 annum ($35,916 to $48,276 after 6 months training period) The Cayman Islands 9-1-1 Public Safety Communications Centre processes and... Read More

5th April 2017

DCR Promotes Three Caymanians

The Department of Community Rehabilitation (DCR) is proud to announce the recent promotion of three young Caymanian employees, including the development of a new management position. Ms. Lisa Malice, from North Side, has been promoted to the new role... Read More


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