BPS: Criminal Records Office Has Reopened

October 25, 2021 | 1 Comment

The Bermuda Police Service announced that the Criminal Records/Vetting Office has re-opened to in-person queries.

A police spokesperson said, “Be reminded that current Covid safety protocols must be adhered to, including mask wearing when entering the office, hand sanitizer use and physical distancing.

“Because of the workload recovery efforts please expect there will be delays in turnaround of Clearance Certificates. Members of the Public in need of a Criminal Record Check can still submit via our online process. Before you submit, please refer to the application instructions for guidance. Those can be found in our Publications and Forms link.

“Members of the Public in need of a ‘Criminal Record Check’ can still submit:

  • 1: Fully completed application [SF39]
  • 2: Prescribed supporting documentation [e.g. certified colour copy of valid passport]
  • 3: Proof of payment.

“These are to be scanned and emailed to: vetting@bps.bm. For further assistance, please contact our office at 247-1750.

“Certificates will be emailed to the address provide in your application and mailed to your desired address. Because of the current workload recovery conditions please expect there will be delays to our normal turnaround activities.

“We appreciate your kind patience as we work to bring our operations back to normal.”

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