Police Presence In East End Tomorrow

July 15, 2022

The Bermuda Police Service is advising the public of a “heightened police presence in the eastern area” tomorrow [July 16].

A police spokesperson said, “All roads lead to St David’s Cricket Club tomorrow, Saturday 16th July, for the first game of the Eastern Counties Series. With this in mind, the Bermuda Police Service would like to remind the public that when coming east to enjoy the game they can expect to see a heightened police presence in the eastern area.”

Chief Inspector Scott Devine of the Community Policing Division said, “This may mean vehicle stop checks across the eastern area, so members of the public are encouraged to give themselves plenty of time to head to their destination as there may be some minor delays in order to facilitate these stop checks.

“For spectators’ information, no parking restrictions have been put in place on Cashew Road. No parking signs and cones will be placed in the restricted areas. If unable to park on the field, attendees are asked to park their vehicles in a responsible manner and not block the surrounding roadways for local residents and emergency vehicles requiring access.

“Security staff and police officers will be on duty to ensure the security of the grounds and patrons are asked to be cooperative when dealing with these staff.

“That said, we look forward to you coming down to Lords and enjoying a family day out at the game.”

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  1. Jus' sayin' says:

    So are there “No Parking” restrictions and “No Parking” signs and cones whereas there is no parking in those places, or are there no parking restrictions ie. you can park where you want?