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Video: Premier, Senator Visit Police CCTV Centre

Video: Premier, Senator Visit Police CCTV Centre

[Updated with video] Earlier this afternoon, Premier and Minister of National Security Michael Dunkley and Junior Minister of National Security Sen. Jeff Baron paid a visit to the Police Comops Headquarters in Prospect for an update on the CCTV monitoring centre. During today’s visit civilian operators demonstrated the system and Supt. James Howard... Read more of this article

Police To Hold Community Outreach Clinic Today

Police To Hold Community Outreach Clinic Today

The Bermuda Police Service Eastern Community Action Team will be having a Community Clinic today April 27th, in St George’s “The community clinic is to be held at the St. George’s Esso Service Station on Rose Hill between 12pm and 4pm. Area residents are invited to voice their concerns at this clinic,” a police spokesperson said. Related... Read more of this article

Public Meeting With Liquor Licensing Authority

Public Meeting With Liquor Licensing Authority

“On Wednesday the 27th of April from 6.00pm-8.00pm the Bermuda Police Service in conjunction with the Liquor Licensing Authority will be hosting a public information session for all entrepreneurs and promoters looking to hold large scale events, parties or concerts in the lead up to the summer months and growing event periods like National Heroes... Read more of this article

Info Session On Island’s Liquor Licensing Laws

Info Session On Island’s Liquor Licensing Laws

The Bermuda Police Service will host a public information session for entrepreneurs and promoters in conjunction with the Liquor Licensing Authority [LLA] on Wednesday, April 27 from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at the Dame Lois Brown Evans building. A police spokesperson said, “On Wednesday the 27th of April from 6.00pm to 8.00pm, the Bermuda Police Service... Read more of this article

Jonathan Smith’s New Book To Explore Policing

Jonathan Smith’s New Book To Explore Policing

Previously classified information will be published for the first time in Jonathan Smith’s latest book, which is set to be released in late 2017, with the book to explore policing in Bermuda from the 1970′s to the current day. New information will be revealed about the Bermuda Housing Corporation investigation, attempts at political interference... Read more of this article

Police Respond To Paget Area, Man On Roof

Police Respond To Paget Area, Man On Roof

[Updated] As of 11.50pm this evening, police are on scene at a house in Paget as a man — who the police said appears to be intoxicated — is positioned on a roof, where he can be heard shouting sporadically. The police said the man threatened to have his dogs attack the police, so the dogs were secured and a taser was deployed, however it... Read more of this article

BPS Confirm Death Of 25-Yr-Old Jessica Gibbons

BPS Confirm Death Of 25-Yr-Old Jessica Gibbons

[Updated: The police have now confirmed the death of 25-year-old Jessica Gibbons]The police have confirmed the death of a 25-year-old woman, who was found in an unresponsive state inside of her home today.Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines said, “At 1:07pm on Sunday, Police responded to a report of an incident that took place on Watlington... Read more of this article

Former Reserve Officers Called For History Photo

Former Reserve Officers Called For History Photo

The Bermuda Reserve Police is calling all former Reserve Officers to meet at City Hall on Sunday, April 3 at 1.00pm in order to be photographed for the Reserve Police History book. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Reserve Police is calling for all former Reserve Officers who wish to be photographed for the Reserve Police History book to... Read more of this article

Agreement Reached In Police Association Talks

Agreement Reached In Police Association Talks

The Bermuda Police Association [BPA] and the Government of Bermuda have reached an agreement in respect of a temporary modification to the Conditions of Service Order ["COSO"]. Chairman of the Bermuda Police Association, Sgt. Andrew A. Harewood said, “In an effort to assist the Government and people of Bermuda during these economic times, the... Read more of this article

Governor: “In My View The Police Got This Right”

Governor: “In My View The Police Got This Right”

“It is not always sensible for the police to apply zero tolerance at the time, especially when emotions are running high,” the Governor said, adding that he would like to thank the police for their “highly professional handling of the situation” as in his view “the police got this right.” Governor George Fergusson’s... Read more of this article

Regiment & Police Refute Rumours Circulating

Regiment & Police Refute Rumours Circulating

[Updated] The Bermuda Police Service has moved to address rumours circulating that suggest overseas assistance has been summoned to assist the police at this time, with the police saying today that the rumours are not true. Assistant Commissioner of Police Antoine Daniels said, “Currently there are a number of rumours circulating throughout the... Read more of this article

April 1: BPS Will Not Accept Foreign Cheques

April 1: BPS Will Not Accept Foreign Cheques

Effective April 1st, 2016, the Bermuda Police Service will not accept any foreign cheques. Local cheques [US and Bermuda dollars only] from the three Bermuda banks are acceptable. The police said that persons making payments from overseas must pay by wire in the name of the Accountant General to HSBC as follows:US Dollar account is 010-221125-511... Read more of this article

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