RCIPS gets involved with a younger generation

| 23/06/2010

(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service spent a few fun-filled hours with the Kindergarten 2 class of the Achievement Centre on the 11 June. This included seeing the new police helicopter and getting informed on the Traffic Department and K-9 Unit, as well as Air Operations coordinated by the RCIPS Neighbourhood Policing Department. Superintendent Adrian Seales said the cops enjoyed hosting the kids and could have laid some groundwork for the future. “We were delighted to play host to the children. They all seemed to have a great time meeting the police dogs and handler, seeing our mobile unit, a police motorcycle and, of course, the new police helicopter.”

 He added enthusiastically, “You never know, we may have a few potential recruits in the class and we look forward to receiving their applications in another 15 years or so!”

The staff of the Achievement Centre got in contact with the RCIPS about the visit and they were more than happy to assist and get involved with the children.
“The experience offered to the young students has made an indelible impact on their young minds.” said Mrs Wedderburn of the Achievement Centre.
The RCIPS enjoyed the company of the kids and hope to continue working as closely as possible with young people throughout the Cayman Islands. A police spokesperson said they would be delighted to host future visits to allow our young people to learn more about the RCIPS.
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Well done Ashleigh….look forward to seeing more of your work!