‘Avoid Visiting Police Stations Unless Necessary’

April 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

To prevent the spread of Covid-19 virus, police are urging the public to avoid visiting police stations to make reports unless absolutely necessary, and instead, use the 211 number or the online reporting portal.

A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service wishes to remind the public to avoid visiting police stations to make reports unless absolutely necessary.

“We urge you to instead use the 211 number or the community reporting portal https://portal.police.bm.

“Use 911 for emergency calls only.

“If you must make an in person report at a police station, we urge you to please observe proper safety practices in keeping with COVI-19 guidelines.

  • Please wear a mask if you have one
  • Please use the hand sanitiser facility upon entering the station
  • Please practice social distancing

“Let’s work together to ensure your safety and the safety of your police officer as they continue to serve you during this difficult time.”

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