As more people lend their voices for a review of the RCIPS, not everyone is singing from the same hymnal.
Businessman Robert Hamaty says despite suffering numerous burglaries and robberies, it is not his place to call for a review of the RCIPS. Instead, he believes that responsibility lies with the political leaders of the country.
He told Cayman 27, “As far as the police here is concerned I can not say they are doing a bad job. You know you see the criticism all around, but that’s for the politicians and the governor to make their decisions on it.”
Mr. Hamaty offered up his own solutions to help curb crime in Cayman one of which includes better border patrol to reduce the number of illegal guns that arrive on the islands.