Police To Host Town Hall Meeting On Thursday

January 27, 2013

The Bermuda Police Service will host a Commissioner’s Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, January 31st at 6:30pm at St. Paul’s Centennial Hall on the corner of Court and Victoria Street.

A police spokesperson said: “This event will give the public an opportunity to hear the current strategies that the police are using to tackle crime as well as ask any questions about policing in our community.

“On the panel will be the Commissioner of Police Mr. Michael DeSilva, the Deputy Commissioner Mr. Mike Jackman and the three Assistant Commissioners – Mr. Paul Wright, Mr. Antoine Daniels and Mr. David Mirfield.

“If you would like to submit questions for the panel, please e-mail us on pmr@bps.bm. Your voice matters and your perspective is important.”

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  1. Y-Gurl says:

    One question that should be asked of that panel….when is your resignation coming in order to put some effective leadership up there to deal with the escalation of crime

  2. watchfuleyes says:

    There are strategies being used? Pray tell, what are they? So what happened to making it ‘illegal’ to be in or part of a gang?? What was actually accomplished with that, or was it just more talk to quiet the public?

    • Xman says:

      All they are going to say that he you see something report it because we don ‘t know what to
      Same old stuff.

    • Y-Gurl says:

      Lip service to justify their 170k salaries

  3. simple says:

    If they had all the police carrying guns then they would be able to stop anybody in the area of a shooting. That commissioner is not serious about crime. Maybe it is time for a hardcore policeman that cares about the community to take the helm. I don’t know how they can have shootings within seconds from their police stations and they cannot have somebody caught with a gun.