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Police Investigating Obscene Photo Incidents

Police Investigating Obscene Photo Incidents

The Bermuda Police Service confirmed that they are “aware” of the incidents that occurred during recent Virtual School Open Houses, and are “investigating the matter.” This follows after the Government advised that attendees at ongoing Bermuda Public Schools Open House events “are now required to register online as part of... Read more of this article

Police: 911 Number Now Back In Service

Police: 911 Number Now Back In Service

[Updated] “The 911 emergency telephone number is temporarily out of service,” the police said this evening [Jan 13]. A spokesperson said, “Residents in need of immediate police assistance are advised to call 211 or 295-0011 until further notice. An update will be provided as soon as normal operation of the 911 emergency telephone number... Read more of this article

BPS Investigating Report Of Indecent Exposure

BPS Investigating Report Of Indecent Exposure

The police investigating a report of indecent exposure which reportedly took place today [Jan 7] in Pembroke. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service is investigating a report of indecent exposure which reportedly took place today, Thursday 7th January, 2021, in the area of Cavendish Road, Pembroke. “A female informed police that... Read more of this article

Police: “No Requirement To Wait 48 Hours”

Police: “No Requirement To Wait 48 Hours”

Noting a misconception that you have to wait to file a missing person’s report, the police advised “that there is no requirement to wait 48 hours,” and urged people to contact the police right away if have “concerns about the whereabouts of an individual.” A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service wishes... Read more of this article

Curfew Remains In Place For New Year’s Eve

Curfew Remains In Place For New Year’s Eve

Local officials are reminding people that contrary to erroneous social media posts, the 11pm to 5am curfew is in effect tonight for the New Year’s Eve holiday. The Bermuda Police Service said, “Contrary to rumors circulating on social media that curfew restrictions have been lifted for NY Eve celebrations, the curfew remains in place at 11pm... Read more of this article

BPS: Curfew Still In Place For New Year’s Eve

BPS: Curfew Still In Place For New Year’s Eve

“The curfew is still in place for the New Year’s Holiday weekend, with restrictions of movement from 11pm to 5am, and from 6pm to 5am on the water,” the police said today. A police spokesperson said, “With the Christmas holiday weekend marred by the shooting of a man on Court Street, in which, thankfully, there was no loss of life... Read more of this article

BPS Reminds Public Of Curfew, Speed Limits

BPS Reminds Public Of Curfew, Speed Limits

The Bermuda Police Service is reminding the public of the 11.00pm curfew, with officers to be on the roads enforcing both the curfew and speed limits. Assistant Commissioner of Police Martin Weekes said, “The public are reminded of the need to plan ahead to give themselves adequate time be home in time for the 11.00pm curfew. “Please note... Read more of this article

Video: Police Press Conference On Shooting

Video: Police Press Conference On Shooting

The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] is holding a press conference this afternoon [Dec 29] to address last night’s shooting in the Elliot and Court Street area which resulted in a 26-year-old man being injured. We will have additional coverage later on and in the meantime the live video is below. Apologies the audio is low and all the traffic in the... Read more of this article

BPS Donate Toys, Care Packages To Community

BPS Donate Toys, Care Packages To Community

To mark the season of giving, the Bermuda Police Service donated toys and care packages across the island, and also donated items to an already established community initiative. The Bermuda Police Service posted the photos below, saying: “Every year, officers and staff of the Bermuda Police Service come out of their pockets to help make things... Read more of this article

Commissioner Corbishley’s Christmas Message

Commissioner Corbishley’s Christmas Message

[Christmas message from Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley] Dear Community, Well, it’s Christmas! Even though it’s been a year the likes of which we would all agree hasn’t been seen before, nor would we want to experience again. However, it is the time of year when I hope all of us can spend some time with family, friends and loved ones,... Read more of this article

Police Service “Give A Child A Gift” Initiative

Police Service “Give A Child A Gift” Initiative

The Bermuda Police Service Community Policing Division ‘A’ Watch recently held their annual ‘Give a Child a Gift’ initiative at Paget Primary. This year two deserving Paget Primary students – one boy and one girl – were chosen to receive gifts donated by CPD ‘A’ Watch staff. Back Row [left to right] – Inspector Markland Telemaque,... Read more of this article

Police: 10 People Breach Curfew Regulations

Police: 10 People Breach Curfew Regulations

A total of ten individuals found to be in breach of curfew regulations this weekend, the police have confirmed, with one person “found to be in breach on two occasions.A police spokesperson said, “Despite an advisory put out to the public that the Bermuda Police Service [BPS], was beginning curfew checks as of last Friday, the 18th of December,... Read more of this article

BPS: Not A Police Exercise But A ‘Staged Event’

BPS: Not A Police Exercise But A ‘Staged Event’

Following an image being circulated on social media “depicting what appears to be an exercise involving armed police officers” outside City Hall, the police advised that it was “not a police exercise,” inquiries indicate the “image was captured during the filming of a staged event,” and the police are ”now... Read more of this article