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Police Appeal: Information On West End Incidents

Police Appeal: Information On West End Incidents

Police are appealing to members of the public for information regarding two incidents in Somerset yesterday [Sept 12]. A police spokesperson said, “Around 6:50pm Thursday, September 12th police officers were dispatched to an incident on Somerset Road in Sandys parish in the vicinity of Warren Simmons community field. “On arrival officers conducted... Read more of this article

Superintendent Meets UK PM Boris Johnson

Superintendent Meets UK PM Boris Johnson

The Bermuda Police Service’s Naimah Astwood – who was promoted to the post of Superintendent last year, – recently attended the Police Superintendents’ Association conference in the United Kingdom, which was attended by U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Police Commissioner Steve Corbishley tweeted a photo of the pair posing with... Read more of this article

Police To Review Management Of Pride Parade

Police To Review Management Of Pride Parade

The Bermuda Police Service confirmed that a “meeting to review their management of Bermuda’s inaugural Pride Parade will take place over the coming weeks.” Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley, commented, “The Pride Parade on the 31st of August 2019 saw approximately 6,000 people take to the streets in support of LGBTQI+ communities... Read more of this article

Police Confirm Death Of 76-Year-Old Man

Police Confirm Death Of 76-Year-Old Man

[Updated] Police have confirmed the death of a 76-year-old Pembroke man and said “there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances and a cause of death is being examined.” A police spokesperson said, “Around 2:25pm Tuesday, September 3rd police officers responded to a report of a sudden death at a St. Augustine Road, Pembroke residence. “The... Read more of this article

Outstanding Warrants: Check Before Travel

Outstanding Warrants: Check Before Travel

Saying they are aware of situations where people attempting to travel have been arrested on “outstanding court matters” at the airport, the police are urging people who intend to travel that may be worried about an outstanding warrant to attend the Hamilton Police Station at least 48 hours before their date of travel. A police spokesperson... Read more of this article

Photos: Police Vehicle Decorated In Pride Colours

Photos: Police Vehicle Decorated In Pride Colours

[Updated] Bermuda’s first ever Pride Parade is taking place today [Aug 31] under a theme of ‘We Belong,’ with the Bermuda Police Service decorating a vehicle with rainbow colours and the word ‘Pride’ for the event. Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley previously said, “The BPS represents and supports all aspects of our diverse... Read more of this article

Bermuda Police Service To Support Labour Day

Bermuda Police Service To Support Labour Day

Police Commissioner Stephen Corbishley confirmed that the Bermuda Police Service “will be supporting the annual Labour Day this Monday,” saying they will be present to ensure the safety of all, and also as “community partners to celebrate the significant achievements of those who have brought about change.” The Commissioner... Read more of this article

Police Community Outreach Clinics Today

Police Community Outreach Clinics Today

The police will be holding Community Outreach Initiatives at the Chatterbox Café in Hamilton and at Cousins Variety in St. George’s today [Aug 29]. Chatterbox Café in the City of Hamilton Sergeant Stephen Gunn of the Community Action Team [which includes Parish Constables] will be starting a new community outreach initiative at the Chatterbox... Read more of this article

BPS: Formal Complaints Required To Investigate

BPS: Formal Complaints Required To Investigate

Noting that they are “aware of recent allegations circulating on social media about instances of alleged past or current inappropriate sexual behaviour,” the police have “reminded the public that formal complaints are required by law in order for the police to investigate such allegations.” A police spokesperson said, “The... Read more of this article

Police Confirm The Death Of Kathleen Emam

Police Confirm The Death Of Kathleen Emam

The police have confirmed the death of 68-year-old Kathleen Emam, who became unresponsive while on a jet ski tour in the west end. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 68-year-old Kathleen Emam, who was visiting Bermuda with her husband onboard the cruise ship Norwegian Escape and extends sincere... Read more of this article

Road Sobriety Checkpoints From Aug 30 – Sept 2

Road Sobriety Checkpoints From Aug 30 – Sept 2

According to the official Government notices, the police will be conducting road sobriety checkpoints from Friday, August 30th to Monday,  September 2nd, set to take place in Smiths, Hamilton parish, Devonshire, Pembroke, Paget, Warwick and Southampton. The full Road Sobriety Checkpoint Notice 2019 follows below [PDF here]: Related... Read more of this article

Jones Wins Silver At World Police & Fire Games

Jones Wins Silver At World Police & Fire Games

The Bermuda Police Service was represented by three officers at the 2019 World Police & Fire Games that were held in Chengdu, China from August 9th – 18th, with Police Constable Jeana Jones winning a silver medal. In addition to Constable Jones, Constable Kyle Godfrey competed in three track and field events: the 100 metres, 400 metres and... Read more of this article

PC Singh Is New Southampton Parish Constable

PC Singh Is New Southampton Parish Constable

Police Constable Krishna Singh has been appointed the new Parish Constable for Southampton following the recent promotion of Sergeant Cerepha Bridgeman. A police spokesperson said, “Constable Krishna Singh has been appointed the new Parish Constable for Southampton. “Sergeant Cerepha Bridgeman, the previous Parish Constable for Southampton, was... Read more of this article