Tag: Bermuda police

Police Service Celebrates 135th Anniversary

Police Service Celebrates 135th Anniversary

The Bermuda Police Service is celebrating its 135th anniversary this year, and has a slew of events planned to mark the occasion. Commissioner of Police Michael DeSilva said, “2014 marks a significant milestone in Bermuda as this year the Bermuda Police Service will celebrate 135 continuous years of service to our community. “We are excited... Read more of this article

Police Community Action Team To Host Clinic

Police Community Action Team To Host Clinic

Police are encouraging residents to come out at 5pm on Saturday [Apr 12] and visit officers from the Police Community Action Team at Gorham’s Ltd where they are hosting a Police Community Clinic. A Police spokesperson said, “The ‘Meet Your Community Action Team Officers’ [CAT] – Police Community Clinic will take place at 5pm this Saturday... Read more of this article

Police To Host Community Action Team Clinics

Police To Host Community Action Team Clinics

Residents of Smith’s parish, Devonshire and Pembroke will have the opportunity to meet and interact with their Community Action Team [CAT] officers at two upcoming events. A police spokesperson said, “A ‘Meet Your CAT Officer’ Police Community Clinic organised by the Central Community Action Team will take place this Saturday, 5th April... Read more of this article

Man Jailed After Spitting At Police Officers

Man Jailed After Spitting At Police Officers

Jalal Rochester was sentenced to 10 days in jail today after pleading guilty to three counts of violently resisting arrest and assaulting police officers on March 22, 2014. Senior Magistrate Archie Warner rejected his defence lawyer’s submission for a conditional discharge, and handed down the jail sentence after taking into consideration Mr.... Read more of this article

National Security And Defence Review Tabled

National Security And Defence Review Tabled

[Updated] Minister of National Security Michael Dunkley tabled the Security and Defence Review Committee’s Report today [Mar 21] in the House of Assembly. The Governor appointed a National Security and Defence Review Committee on 22nd May 2013, with the Committee’s mandate was to undertake a fundamental review of Bermuda’s national security... Read more of this article

Police: Mike Jackman Retires After 32 Years

Police: Mike Jackman Retires After 32 Years

[Updated] Deputy Police Commissioner Mike Jackman is set to retire after 32 years of service. Commissioner of Police Michael DeSilva said, “The Bermuda Police Service would like to recognise the career of Deputy Commissioner Mike Jackman, who retires today after 32 years of policing in Bermuda. “Mr. Jackman began his initial training in... Read more of this article

Video: Police On Deaths of Mr. & Mrs. Robinson

Video: Police On Deaths of Mr. & Mrs. Robinson

The Bermuda Police Service today [Mar 11] named the two people found yesterday as Mrs. Regina Robinson [48], and Mr. Anthony Robinson [49]. The couple was found in their St George’s home, suffering from “acute wounds” that caused their deaths. The police did not confirm exactly what happened, however said a forensic pathologist will... Read more of this article

Photos/Video: Reserve Police Officers Promoted

Photos/Video: Reserve Police Officers Promoted

At a Swearing In Ceremony held yesterday [Mar 6] in the Prospect Police Recreation Club hall at Police Headquarters in Devonshire, Commandant Designate Cannoth Roberts and Deputy Commandant Designate Ron-Michel Davis were officially sworn in as Commandant and Deputy Commandant of the Bermuda Reserve Police respectively. Mr. Roberts was formerly Deputy... Read more of this article

Police Advisory: 50% Increase In Stolen Cycles

Police Advisory: 50% Increase In Stolen Cycles

The Bermuda Police Service is alerting the public to a significant increase in the number of stolen motorcycles and auxiliary cycles over the past 12 months, reminding all Bermudians to lock and secure their cycles at all times when not in use. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service has noticed a 50 percent increase since this... Read more of this article

New Book: Someone Has Died In A Road Crash

New Book: Someone Has Died In A Road Crash

[Updated with video] The Bermuda Police Service announced that in partnership with East End Telecom they will be able to supply a free book Someone has died in a road crash to children bereaved by road crashes. A police spokesperson said, “Like adults, children affected by road death and injury need loving support and information. “It is... Read more of this article