Tag: Bermuda police

Man’s Body Found On Boat In Devonshire

Man’s Body Found On Boat In Devonshire

First responders attended the Devonshire Bay area this afternoon [Sept 1] after a man’s motionless body was seen onboard a boat. The 75-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene, and the police said that foul play is not suspected. Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines said, “First responders attended a report of an incident that took place... Read more of this article

Police Investigation Into Woman’s Death Ongoing

Police Investigation Into Woman’s Death Ongoing

The police investigation into the death of a 48 year old woman on Wednesday is ongoing, and the 47 year old man taken into police custody has been released on police bail. Around 12.10am on Wednesday [Aug 27] first responders were dispatched to a report of an unresponsive female at an Atlantic View, Southampton residence. The 48-year-old Southampton... Read more of this article

Police Investigating 48 Year Old Woman’s Death

Police Investigating 48 Year Old Woman’s Death

[Updated: 47 year old man in police custody] The sudden death of a 48-year-old Southampton woman early this morning [Aug 27] is currently under investigation by police, with the possibility of foul play not ruled out. A police spokesperson said, “Around 12.10am on Wednesday, August 27, first responders were dispatched to a report of an unresponsive... Read more of this article

BPS To Host Parade Of Past & Present Staff

BPS To Host Parade Of Past & Present Staff

The Bermuda Police Service is reaching out to all former Police Officers, Reserves and Support Staff to join them on Wednesday October 8th at 11am at Hamilton Police Station for a parade of staff past and present. A spokesperson said, “The parade will leave from Hamilton Police Station and end at City Hall. This is a clarion call for anyone who... Read more of this article

Foul Play Not Suspected In 49 Yr Old’s Death

Foul Play Not Suspected In 49 Yr Old’s Death

Following the death of a 49 year old man in the Par-La-Ville park area yesterday afternoon [Aug 16], the police have stated that foul play is not suspected. A police spokesperson said, “On Saturday afternoon at around 2:45pm police and first responders attended a report of an incident that took place in the Par-La-Ville park rest rooms. “Upon... Read more of this article

Video: Police Address “Carnage On Our Roads”

Video: Police Address “Carnage On Our Roads”

[Updated with video] Police Inspector Robert Cardwell spoke at a press conference today [Aug 14] to bring attention to what he said was “some alarming data that is being gathered as a result of what can only be described as carnage on our roads.” “To date we have recorded 9 road traffic related fatalities. In comparison there were... Read more of this article

BPS Eastern Community Clinic This Wednesday

BPS Eastern Community Clinic This Wednesday

The Eastern Community Action Team will be hosting a Police Community Clinic on Wednesday August 20th from 10am – 12pm and again from 4pm – 6pm at the Shelly Bay Market Place, Hamilton Parish. “Community Action Team [CAT] officers will be available at the location to meet with members of the public and discuss any concerns they may have,”... Read more of this article

Q2 2014 Sees Lowest Crime Rate Since 2000

Q2 2014 Sees Lowest Crime Rate Since 2000

[Updated with video] The current crime picture in Bermuda is “showing very positive trends,” according to the Bermuda Police Service, who said the “second quarter of 2014 ranking as the lowest on record at 750 offences across all categories, with “total crime fell below 800 for the first time since modern crime recording systems... Read more of this article

BPS: ‘Relatively Minor’ Incidents Over Cup Match

BPS: ‘Relatively Minor’ Incidents Over Cup Match

The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] has thanked the public for their “patience and assistance” over the busy Cup Match holiday period. Detective Superintendent James Howard said, “This is always a challenging time for the police as we spread our resources to cover at least eight major events that collectively see more than 30,000 people... Read more of this article

Video: BPS, Agencies Encourage Safe Holiday

Video: BPS, Agencies Encourage Safe Holiday

The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] is wishing all those who will be taking part in Cup Match activities over the holiday to be safe and respect the law, outlining their efforts to maintain order during the island’s busiest time of year, while also warning the public about the possible passing of fake currency. BPS will employ high-visibility patrols,... Read more of this article


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