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BPS Thank Public For Co-operation During Outage

BPS Thank Public For Co-operation During Outage

The police have thanked the community for working with the Bermuda Police Service during the outage, noting “there were no calls for service in relation to any major incidents requiring police attention during or, as a result of, yesterday’s power outage.” A police spokesperson said, “Around 3:20 pm on Friday, 3rd February, 2022, the... Read more of this article

Police Officers Extinguish Fire At Warwick Home

Police Officers Extinguish Fire At Warwick Home

Police officers responded to a fire at a Warwick residence, and used a garden hose to extinguish the fire . A police spokesperson said, “Around 11:10 p.m. on Friday, January 27th, 2023, police received a 911 report of a fire at a Warwick residence.  Patrol Officers from the Community Policing Division responded to the report. “Upon arrival... Read more of this article

Jan 1 – 31: 490 Moving Violation Tickets Issued

Jan 1 – 31: 490 Moving Violation Tickets Issued

During the month of January, there were 490 Moving Violation Tickets [MVTs] issued, the police confirmed. A police spokesperson said, “During this most recent Operation Vega reporting period from Sunday, January 1st, 2023 to Tuesday, January 31st, 2023, 490 Moving Violation Tickets were issued. “That is a 145 fewer than the 635 MVTs issued in the... Read more of this article

Updated E-Mail Address For Parish Officers

Updated E-Mail Address For Parish Officers

The Bermuda Police Service updated their contact e-mail address for Parish Police Officers. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service is advising residents that the contact e-mail address for Parish Officers has been updated and is now a single point of contact. “To get in touch with any of the Parish Officers, members of the... Read more of this article

Police Advisory: Inappropriate Online Behaviour

Police Advisory: Inappropriate Online Behaviour

The police are reminding people “to be vigilant regarding inappropriate online behaviour by unknown individuals who aim to obtain nude personal images on social media.” A spokesperson said, “Local residents, especially parents, guardians and school aged children, are reminded to be vigilant regarding inappropriate online behaviour... Read more of this article

City Of Hamilton Commend Skerritt & Douglas

City Of Hamilton Commend Skerritt & Douglas

The City of Hamilton today issued commendations to two Bermuda Police officers– PC Carol Skerritt and PC Christopher Douglas — saying they ”have made significant contributions to the everyday policing of and safety in Hamilton.” Mayor Charles Gosling and City CEO Dwayne Caines were on hand to recognize PC Skerritt and PC Douglas... Read more of this article

Police Warn About Online Sextortion Scam

Police Warn About Online Sextortion Scam

The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] said they continue to “advise residents to be vigilant online, particularly when communicating with anyone only known to them through social media.” What is an online sextortion scam? A police spokesperson said, “Online sextortion scams are a form of sexual exploitation where an individual is usually... Read more of this article

Association Offers Condolences To Moniz Family

Association Offers Condolences To Moniz Family

The Bermuda Ex-Police Association offered condolences to the family of Harold Moniz. In an online post, the Bermuda Ex-Police Association said, “Sad Passing of Harold Moniz – We are deeply saddened to report the passing of retired Assistant Commissioner Harold Moniz on 4th January 2023, at the age of 83 We understand that Harold had been... Read more of this article

Dec 5-Jan 3: 635 Moving Violation Tickets Issued

Dec 5-Jan 3: 635 Moving Violation Tickets Issued

From December 5th, 2022 to January 3rd, 2023, 635 moving violation tickets were issued for traffic offences, up from 428 in the previous reporting period, the police said today. A police spokesperson said, “In this reporting period, Monday, December 5th, 2022 to Tuesday January 3rd, 2023, six hundred and thirty-five moving violation tickets [MVTs],... Read more of this article

Video: Policing For New Year’s Holiday

Video: Policing For New Year’s Holiday

The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] held a press conference this morning [Dec 30], to provide information on the policing plan for the New Year’s Holiday. The press conference has just concluded and we will have additional information later on, and in the meantime the live video replay is below.  Read More →

Police Service Gives Back For Christmas

Police Service Gives Back For Christmas

“In keeping with tradition, several watches and departments made Christmas extra special for a few members of the community,” the Bermuda Police Service said. The Bermuda Police Service posted the photos below online, saying, “All of the holiday initiatives were funded by the officers, with some assistance from local businesses, who stepped... Read more of this article

ACOP Weekes: Policing Over Christmas Holiday

ACOP Weekes: Policing Over Christmas Holiday

“The Bermuda Police Service wish to thank the public for helping make this Christmas long weekend a safe and peaceful one for all Bermuda residents,” Assistant Commissioner of Police Martin Weekes said. Assistant Commissioner Martin Weekes said, “A robust police presence was out on the streets this weekend conducting stop checks and patrols... Read more of this article

Princess Christmas Dinners For BPS & BFRS

Princess Christmas Dinners For BPS & BFRS

Yesterday, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club delivered Christmas dinner to members of the Bermuda Police Service [BPS] and the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service [BFRS] in Hamilton. Hotel General Manager Tim Morrison and Director Of Operations Roydell Neverson, accompanied by hotel colleague Rajendra Bala, laid out a buffet-style affair for the personnel... Read more of this article