A community activist wants to know exactly what the public thinks., about Cayman’s Commissioner of Police.
Kent McTaggart has been critical in the past about the work carried out by David Baines, but now he wants to know if others feel he is the right man for the job.
Mr. McTaggart has set up an online survey, to gauge the opinions of the public.
But he’s not in doubt, and feels its time for the Commissioner, to step down.
“I felt it was incumbent on me to reach out further than my circles,” said Mr. McTaggart.
“Whether it be politically correct, weighted or bias whatever. I’m bias in my stance but the reality is, I’m trying to reach out further and if others feel like I do, we’ll take it to the next level.”
Mr McTaggart’s actions have been backed by the Deputy Leader of the opposition.
MLA Bernie Bush is another who’s been outspoken about the work done by Mr. Baines, but he says he will stand by the results of the survey.
Mr. Bush said: “If the survey comes back and its says keep him, then the public, they get what they deserve. They get what they want. That’s what it comes down too.”
Cayman 27 contacted the RCIPS for comment but they did not respond.