Police To Host Seminar On Crime Prevention

May 12, 2016

Following the recent spate of armed robberies, the Bermuda Police Service, in conjunction with the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, will host an informational seminar on May 17th for business owners and managers to discuss crime prevention.

So far this year there have been a number of armed robberies including at Continental Motors on North Shore on May 6th, at Hunts in Warwick on May 1st, at Gem Cellar on Front Street on April 28th, at T&L Budget Warehouse on St John’s Road on March 24th, at Pasta Basta in Hamilton on March 13th, at the Island Spice Restaurant in Warwick on February 9th, and at Flatts Gas Station on January 21st.

A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service in conjunction with the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an informational seminar for business owners and Managers to discuss crime prevention opportunities after the recent armed robberies.

“The seminar will take place on Tuesday at the Police Recreation Club on Tuesday May 17th from 6-8pm.

“To confirm your attendance please email Inspector Scott Devine sdevine@bps.bm”

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  1. mmm says:

    I wonder if there is advice you wish to give to the public who may very well be present during the course of an armed robbery, please tell these owners/managers to advise their cashiers as well.