As a public authority, Customs and Border Control is committed to openness, transparency and serving the public interest in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act, (2021 Revision).
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act was passed on 19th October 2007 and cams into effect in January 2009. It gives the public a right of access to all types of records held by public authorities, but also sets out some exemptions from that right.
How do I make a request?
Complete the FOI Request Form
Who should I address my request to?
Information Manager - Deputy Director, Marlon Bodden OR
Deputy Information Manager - Senior HR Manager, Simone Mamby Lynch
How do I deliver my request?
Deliver to: 42 Owen Roberts Dr. (2nd Floor), George Town, Grand Cayman OR
Mail: P.O. Box 898 KY1-1103
What should I do before making a request?
Please check our disclosure log to see if the information you would like is not already available.
Each public authority covered by the Freedom of Information Law has a legal duty to adopt and maintain a publication scheme in accordance with Section 5 of the FOI Law. The main purpose of a publication scheme is to make information readily available without the need for specific written requests. Schemes are intended to encourage organizations to publish proactively, and develop a greater culture of openness.
The Law states that Information to be published by public authorities includes:-
· the functions of the authority, what work it does and how it sets about its tasks.
· the departments and agencies of the authority.
· the subjects handled by each department or authority, with the locations of the departments and agencies and the opening hours of all offices.
· the title and business address of the Principal Officer and other key officers within the authority.