It was pleasing to hear of the RCIPS' Day Of Action on Thursday August 15th.
Judging by the abundance of accidents, many due to reckless driving habits, I would suggest that there continues to be further checks solely targeting the roads.
While I know these blitzes require additional RCIPS staff being out of office, the public needs to know that these problems are being dealt with.
I am also aware that as schools begin to open, the RCIPS will again be monitoring traffic around school zones to promote and ensure student safety.
Thanks to the RCIPS officers who go out of their way to perform their duties. This includes HR Officer, Ms. Aaliyah Johnson, who was featured in the 21st August edition of your newspaper.
This augurs well for the future as the RCIPS continues to develop its staff.
The Cayman Islands are currently under Hard and Soft Curfews. Should these Curfews continue for 7 more days
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