Police Hold Open Houses For 136th Anniversary

October 7, 2015

As part of their 136th anniversary celebrations, the Bermuda Police Service held their Open Houses today [Oct 7] at the police stations in Hamilton, Southside and Dockyard, with school children and the general public invited to stop by.

Southside Police Station was graced with a visit from students from St David’s Primary school, with the students checking out the police vehicles and interacting with officers.

Police Open House Bermuda, October 7 2015-2

Although the passage of Hurricane Joaquin impacted two of the earlier events that were scheduled, the remaining events will continue, with the Memorial Service and Reserve Police Change of Command Ceremony to take place on Thursday, the BPS Sports & Fun Day to take place on Friday, while the Gymkhana and BBQ charity Crown & Anchor Night will take place on Saturday.

The ‘Commissioner’s Vision Award’ was originally scheduled for Monday evening and was cancelled due to Hurricane Joaquin, however Commissioner of Police Michael DeSilva has invited the winners and their families to the Berkeley Institute on Monday October 12th at 6pm for an awards presentation and reception.

Police Open House Bermuda, October 7 2015-1

The Bermuda Police Service was established on October 1st 1879.

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