Tag: Bermuda police

Impounded Vehicles: BPS Still Seeking Owners

Impounded Vehicles: BPS Still Seeking Owners

The Police Service said they “have a number of motorcycles and other vehicles in their possession,” and the public is “encouraged to review the list of registration numbers to identify any vehicle that may belong to them.” Inspector Robert Cardwell, Officer Responsible for Roads Policing said, “These vehicles are a combination... Read more of this article

Video: BPS Outlines Halloween Policing Strategy

Video: BPS Outlines Halloween Policing Strategy

[Updated with video] The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] has outlined their policing strategy for the Halloween holiday, encouraging “harmless family fun” and general safety for all celebrants. Acting Superintendent Jerome Laws, Officer Responsible for the Community Policing Division, said, “For those who celebrate Halloween the intention... Read more of this article

Police Invite Owners To Claim Impound Vehicles

Police Invite Owners To Claim Impound Vehicles

The Bermuda Police Service are inviting owners of several vehicles presently in the Police Impound to claim and collect them while any vehicle not claimed within twenty one [21] days will be disposed of. A police spokesperson said, “There are several vehicles presently in the Police Impound at Police Headquarters in Prospect, Devonshire. The available... Read more of this article

“Come And See What Police Can Do” Show

“Come And See What Police Can Do” Show

“As part of the Bermuda Police Service 135th anniversary celebrations, the public is cordially invited to ‘Come and See What Police Can Do II’ – a police talent and variety show taking place on Saturday, November 8th at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts,” a police spokesperson said today.“An evening of... Read more of this article

Commissioner: Vickers Was “Shining Example”

Commissioner: Vickers Was “Shining Example”

[Updated] The Commissioner of Police Mr. Michael DeSilva expressed sadness today upon learning of the passing of Mr. Eugene Vickers [pictured left], retired Commandant of the Bermuda Reserve Police [BRP]. Mr. Vickers died on Saturday afternoon [Oct 18] in hospital overseas. His career began with the Reserve Constabulary, as it was known then, in 1964. He... Read more of this article

Video: High Police Presence, 25 Yr Old Arrested

Video: High Police Presence, 25 Yr Old Arrested

[Updated: Suspect has been arrested] As of 6.45pm this evening [Oct 13] the police have a section of North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish [by Shelly Bay Marketplace] closed to vehicular traffic, which is being diverted through Radnor Road. There are a number of police on scene, and onlookers are also gathering. A police spokesperson said, “Police... Read more of this article

Police Tattoo Postponed Until Sunday At 5pm

Police Tattoo Postponed Until Sunday At 5pm

Due to the expected inclement weather from Tropical Storm Fay, the Police Tattoo has been postponed until tomorrow, with the Tattoo now set to be held at 5pm on Sunday at the National Sports Centre. A police spokesperson said, “After careful consultation with the relevant stakeholders and the elevation of Tropical Storm Fay to a Tropical Storm... Read more of this article

Wet Weather Plan For Saturday’s Police Tattoo

Wet Weather Plan For Saturday’s Police Tattoo

As a result of impending inclement weather predicted for Saturday [Oct 11] a wet weather plan for the Police Tattoo has been put in place, and a formal decision will be announced at 3pm tomorrow. The Police Tattoo is scheduled to be held the National Sports Centre in Devonshire at 7pm. Admission is free, with gates opening at 6pm. Scheduled to join... Read more of this article

Photos: Police Service Celebrating 135 Years

Photos: Police Service Celebrating 135 Years

The Bermuda Police Service hosted a lunchtime open air concert on Wednesday [Oct 8] in front of the City Hall steps in Hamilton featuring the Royal Bahamas Police Force Band led by Superintendent Ronald Campbell.All of the island’s police stations also hosted an open house throughout the day with many school and nursery school children attending.... Read more of this article

Videos: Royal Bahamas Police Force Band

Videos: Royal Bahamas Police Force Band

As part of this year’s Police Week — which is celebrating 135 years of policing — the Bermuda Police Service hosted a lunchtime open air concert on Wednesday [Oct 8] in front of the City Hall steps in Hamilton featuring the Royal Bahamas Police Force Band led by Superintendent Ronald Campbell. Crowds gathered on the lawn and surrounding... Read more of this article


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