Cayman Islands Police

Cayman Police replace damaged EC135 wtih second H145

Cayman Police replace damaged EC135 wtih second H145

17-Dec-2019Source: RCIPS Helicopter

The new RCIPS Helicopter arrived on Island on Friday, 6 December. This second helicopter, another Airbus H145 model, will sit alongside the RCIPS Air Operations Unit’s existing H145, which arrived on island last March and was purchased as part of a joint deal between the UK and Cayman. This H145 is the replacement for the... Read more

Cayman Islands Police orders Airbus H145

Cayman Islands Police orders Airbus H145

10-Dec-2018Source: HeliHub.com

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) is adding a second helicopter, expected to be in operation mid-2019. The Airbus H145 The accompanying image shows Cayman Islands Premier Alden McLaughlin with UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister of State for the Overseas Territories, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon. The pair signed a memorandum of understanding in London... Read more

CAACI Issues Warning after Kite Collision

CAACI Issues Warning after Kite Collision

29-Mar-2017Source: HeliHub.com

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Island (CAACI) has issued a warning to the public about kite flying after an incident on March 17, where a kite’s line became entangled in the rotor blades of a police helicopter. The crew have commented that they saw a kite in the air by the cricket pitch... Read more

New Pilot for Cayman Police

New Pilot for Cayman Police

20-Oct-2016Source: HeliHub.com

Richard Morcombe has joined the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) in September this year. He joined the RCIPS after working with the UK National Police Air Service. He brings with him 7000 hours of flight time, having completed 26 years with the UK Army. His experience ranges from Gazelle and Lynx combat helicopters, pilot... Read more

Cayman Police helicopter crew obtain EMS certification

Cayman Police helicopter crew obtain EMS certification

24-Jul-2012Source: RCIPS

Four members of the RCIPS Air Operations Unit are now certified emergency medical responders – thanks to a joint initiative between the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority and the police. In addition, the Cayman Heart Fund has very generously donated a defibrillator for use on the police helicopter. The four crew members recently completed an... Read more

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