30th August 2019, 5:08pm Press Release
HMCI and the DPSC will soon test Phase 1 of the NENS Radio Alert System. All radio broadcasts will be briefly interrupted to conduct the important testing.
29th August 2019, 1:33pm
27th August 2019, 4:19pm
As a Public Authority, the Ministry of Financial Services, Commerce and the Environment complies with the Freedom of Information Law, 2007.
The Ministry is responsible for providing policy direction and monitoring the overall performance of its departments. The intent of the Ministry of Home Affairs is to ensure the Cayman Islands remains a safe and secure place to live, visit and invest.
Recognised as one of the world's leading global financial services centres, the Cayman Islands prides itself in providing a wide variety of professional services, including banking, funds, company formation, insurance, structured finance, vessel and aircraft registry, and the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange.
Her Majesty’s Prison Service serves the public by keeping in custody those committed by the courts. Our duty is to look after them with humanity and help them lead law abiding and useful lives in custody and after release.
The CIFS provides fire prevention, domestic and aerodrome rescue and firefighting services. The Cayman Island Fire Service primarily provides firefighting and rescue service to the three islands. There are three stations in Grand Cayman with the main headquarters located on Airport Road in George Town and sub-stations in West Bay and North Side. There is one station in Cayman Brac and one in Little Cayman.
The Department’s primary mission is to assess, manage, supervise and rehabilitate adult offenders in the community, in order to influence positive behavioural change, while reducing adult offending behaviours, promoting victim interest and enhancing public safety in the Cayman Islands.
911 Public Safety Communications (Cayman Islands) was established in 1996 to answer emergency and non-emergency telephone calls 24 hours per day from the Communications Centre located in downtown George Town. Prior to that, residents called 999 (the police) to process emergency calls.
Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) has overall responsibility for the national hazard management programme, including preparedness, response, mitigation and recovery. HMCI has responsibility for Government’s public safety radio system. The agency deals with all hazards (man-made and natural) and is permanently staffed and ready to go operational at all times. HMCI is responsible for the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) which is located at the Fire Station in George Town.
Minister of Financial Services and Home Affairs
Dax Basdeo PhD JP
Deputy Chief Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Human Resources Officer