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As you are aware we are approaching historically the most active period of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. 

We would like to remind you that the Special Constabulary was formed to assist and support the people of the Cayman Islands during times of National Emergency. You have been trained to do your part before, during, and after the event. 

Your safety and the safety of your loved ones is of paramount concern, so please ensure that you have your family personal hurricane plans in place. Also, before committing yourself to volunteer duty, ensure that your family are protected and safe. 

In the event that any storms significantly impact the Cayman Islands you should secure your home and family, and as soon as possible after the storm has passed report to your nearest Police Station in uniform.

During any storm event please see the Cayman Prepared Website as well as listen to Radio Cayman for official updates and information.

Also, please monitor the Special Constabulary Website as we may post requests for volunteers and other Tropical Cyclone updates there as urgent needs arise.

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Please check this site regularly for notification of Special Events.

Assistance from the Special Constabulary is required to police ALL events and we would appreciate as much assistance as possible from our officers. So please plan ahead to volunteer during the below special events.

Please contact your Special Events Sergeant - Sgt. Rodney Rivers in order to volunteer for these events. We need maximum support from ALL Specials.

Please note that all "Active Duty" officers are, in addition to regular patrol, REQUIRED to work at least 6 Special Events per year, all "Events Only" officers are also REQUIRED to work Special Events. Also note that it is mandatory to respond to ALL duty requests.

 

 

 

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The Special Constabulary is the part-time volunteer section of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service in the Cayman Islands. Our officers are known as Special Constables Informally known as ‘Specials’ we are everyday people who, in our spare time, do something positive for ourselves and our community.

  • Special Constables have identical powers to regular (full-time) and work alongside these police officers
  • Special Constables volunteer at least 15 hours a month
  • Special Constables make a real difference

If you would like to talk to somebody about becoming a Special then please email us at:
info @ specialconstabulary.ky.