About Us

History

In 1993, Cayman Crime Stoppers, was formed by the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce to provide a vital service that assists law enforcement to protect our community from crime. At that time, there was evidence of increased criminal activity and it was apparent that an organization like Crime Stoppers could play a key role in helping law enforcement agencies solve crimes.

Cayman Crime Stoppers is a non-profit civilian run organization that is also a regional member of Crime Stoppers International. The board is community-based consisting of civilian leaders within the Cayman Islands and a local law enforcement coordinator who assists with the dissemination of information received from the off-island call-centre.

Our Board

Chairman: Sebastien Guilbard
Vice Chairman: Stephen Leontsinis
Treasurer: Rupesh Daya
Members: Juliette Goodings, Catherine Guilbard, Travis Danley, Marcos Montana, Amol Kagde, Lauren Riley-Gledhill

Our Partners

Local Agencies

RCIPS: Royal Cayman Islands Police Service
DOE: Department of Environment
DEH: Department of Environmental Health
Immigration Department
Customs Department

Regional and international Affiliates

Today, the Crime Stoppers International network represents 1200 programs operating in more than 25 countries. This global effort plays a critical role in encouraging people worldwide to report transnational crimes such as people and drug trafficking, illicit trade, environmental crime, cybercrime and international fugitives.
Currently Crime Stoppers International is based in the Netherlands and has seven regional offices in the world. One of them is the Caribbean, Bermuda & Latin America (CBLA-CS).
www.cblacrimestoppers.com
We have other international partners thorough the Caribbeans:
– Airline Ambassadors International (AAI)
– Associate of Caribbean Commissioners of Police ( ACCP)
– CNN Freedom Project
– Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE)
– International Police Training Institute (IPTI)
– INTERPOL
– Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)
– UBER
– United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ( UNODC)