Leo A. Anglin
Cayman Islands Coast Guard
LCDR Leo Anglin is a dedicated well-rounded civil servant with over 13 years in Law Enforcement, possessing comprehensive knowledge of maritime enforcement, organizational management, and search & rescue. Combined with these skills are exceptional leadership abilities, strategic and analytical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal communication, budget management, and team management.
LCDR Anglin was the Safety and Crisis Management Manager at the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands from 14 August 2017, until his current role. There he implemented safety policies and procedures with compliance to safety and health rules and regulations. He reported, evaluated, and when necessary, investigated all work-related accidents.
As Tactical Operations Inspector – Joint Marine Commander, Air Support, Firearms, and K9 Royal Cayman Islands Police Service | Grand Cayman from June 2009 until August, 2017 he was responsible for managing the operations of 4 Units and over 50 employees while managing $5,000,000 in Government assets.
He conducted investigations and compiled comprehensive reports related to vessel incidents, maintained administrative records, developed, and conducted training for junior officers and interpreted laws, policies and procedures.
As Ramp Manager of Island Air Limited he developed the Company’s Safety Manual, prepared, and reviewed emergency quick response templates and developed various health and safety policies.
He was Operations Manager for BBA Aviation in Florida where he was health, safety and environmental Coordinator responsible for implementation of best safety practices and recurring training of employees to Occupational Health and Safety Administration requirements.
LCDR Anglin has a degree in public administration a certificate in police studies from the University College of the Cayman Islands and was a certified Tactical Firearms Commander as well as a Critical Incident Commander. LCDR Anglin also holds a certificate in International Leadership Management and is a certified Health & Safety Manager. He is a PADI Certified open-water diver and is PAHO Mass Casualty trained.