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The Missing Link

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This week (Monday, 10 May) on GIS Spotlight we uncover official efforts to find missing persons, we show teachers our appreciation, and we learn how the Financial Reporting Authority keeps banking transactions clean.

With teenager Shandi Sandoval's disappearance still fresh in everyone's minds, GIS Spotlight visits the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service's Family Support Unit to find out how we can help to find missing persons like her.

We talk to officers as well as the Cays Foundation's Angela Sealey on why it is so important to locate and bring missing minors home as soon as possible. Tune in to find out what you should do if you notice a missing young person in your neighborhood-or encounter one even in your own home.

It is Teacher Appreciation Month and we interview Education Minister Rolston Anglin about the importance of lauding educators as they deserve. Take note of his suggestions of simple ways in which parents and students can express their gratitude.

Finally, we visit the Financial Reporting Authority and lift the veil on this behind-the-scenes agency. Learn what a financial analyst's typical day is like. Plus find out how the authority's efforts tie in with global crime fighting.

Produced by Government Information Services, GIS Spotlight highlights government's services and solutions regarding issues that concern and affect you.

The weekly programme airs on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. on Cayman27, and again on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. on Island24.

All the stories seen in this week's edition can also be found on www.gis.ky. Scroll down to the video section. Viewers are welcome to provide feedback by e-mailing heather.hopson@gov.ky.

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For further information contact: Cornelia Oliver