PC Simons Sends Christmas & Safety Message

December 24, 2021 | 5 Comments

PC Llewelyn Simons recently spread some Christmas cheer along with driving advice for motorists as they drove past Port Royal Fire Station.

The Bermuda Police Service tweeted the photo below, saying, “PC Llewelyn Simons hard at work spreading some Christmas cheer and good advice with motorists as they drove past Port Royal Fire Station this week. To quote PC Simons ‘I’m clocking your speed, checking it twice.’ He’ll be sure to let you know whether you’ve been naughty or nice.”

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  1. Otrwele says:

    What a waist of tax payers money!

  2. Vote for Me says:

    Excellent message. If he is able to prevent 1 accident, the return for the tax payers’ dollar is immeasurable.

    • Toodle-oo says:

      No matter how well intentioned this is going to be as effective as trying to stop waves from coming ashore.
      3 Weeks ago when the west bound road works traffic lights were less than 100′ away that same police car was parked there with 2 cops in it and cars by the dozen plus were running the red light without a care in the world.
      People leave funerals here where the deceased died in a road crash due to their own stupidity and end doing the same thing to themselves minutes later.
      In case you haven’t noticed a huge amount of the public are totally lawless and incapable of learning.
      Cute signs and waving policemen aren’t going to make any difference whatsoever .

  3. Making Sense says:

    Here we go again. Speeding has never been the problem. Driving behaviour is the problem. We an have crashes at any speed that can be fatal. Everyone needs to make safe and sound decisions while driving/riding. Speed is just a component of poor decision making. How about:-
    Driving under the influence of drugs and Alcohol
    overtaking on blind corners
    Overtaking in the face of oncoming traffic
    Attending to distractions while driving
    We all know what speeds are dangerous and not. And we all know what speed we should safely move at depending on the CONDITIONS.
    Further, there are few accidents anywhere in the world. Most are crashes/collisions where people are negligent, or chance their luck and fail. Like stuntmen, they do not have accidents. They know the probable outcomes, they gamble and lose. It is only an accident when someone exercises acceptable and recommended, normal safety measures. That being the case, we should not refer to or continue to call it an accident when the perpetrator was being reckless and foolish is to just pat him on the back and minimize the seriousness of the issue. We should never refer to a collision as an accident until we know what led up to the crash. This is not a case for accident forgiveness.

  4. Otrwele says:

    Then tell them to operate the breathalyzer outside of the police club

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