LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS


Wed, 2020-03-04

At around 10:30 pm on Tuesday 3-Mar-2020, the Bermuda Police Service received several reports of gunshots in the Jones Village, Warwick area.

Out of an abundance of caution, officers conducted extensive door to door enquiries and searches in the Jones Village and surrounding areas.

However, they found no forensic or other evidence to confirm that a firearm had been discharged.

Further, checks at KEMH did not indicate anyone was being treated for gunshot wounds.

Checks of CCTV in the area also showed nothing to confirm a firearms incident.

We would like to remind members of the public, if they have any information regarding illegal firearms, to please contact the main police number, 295-0011 or the confidential Crime Stoppers Hotline, 800-8477.


COP Condemns Racist Comments

Wed, 2020-03-04

The Commissioner of Police, Stephen Corbishley, has condemned the recent comments on Facebook by the entertainer Tony Brannon, sending out a message this morning to the BPS which stated:

‘My reason for this message, is that the BPS has been associated with these comments as one of the posts, by Mr. Brannon, referred to a departing BPS officer. 

This has made me angry, as we have nothing to do with this matter and for those of you who saw the Bermuda Broadcasting News last night, it led to some (sadly) understandable comments, questioning if these views are held in the service by some of our colleagues. 

Four Men Arrested in Connection With Recent Firearm Incidents

Tue, 2020-02-25

In response to recent firearms incidents which occurred between Monday, 3rd February and Sunday, 16th February, the Bermuda Police Service launched an operation which targeted specific persons and resulted in four men with strong gang connections being arrested this past weekend.

Several search warrants were also executed and the police are following up on several lines of enquiry that are assisting with these investigations.

Upcoming Road Sobriety Checkpoints in 7 Parishes

Mon, 2020-02-24

The Bermuda Police Service would like to advise the public that the next series of road sobriety checkpoints (as specified in the Official Gazette Notice Wednesday, February 19th) will be conducted starting Friday, February 28th.

The checkpoints will be in effect in Hamilton parish, Smith’s parish, Devonshire, Pembroke, Paget, Warwick and Southampton on Friday, February 28th, Saturday, February 29th and Sunday, March 1st.

Commissioner Corbishley Responds to ‘Bike Theft’ Letter to the Editor

Sun, 2020-02-23

Following the recent publication of a letter to the Editor of the Royal Gazette, in which the author suggested: “Bike theft is getting out of hand” the Commissioner of Police, Stephen Corbishley, advises that this is actually not the case.

“I recognise the concern many people have in regards to bike crime and it is a problem the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) take very seriously.

Recruit Foundation Course 80 Car Wash Fundraiser

Sun, 2020-02-23

Recruit Foundation Course 80 of the Bermuda Police Service will hold a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, February 29th from 8am until 4pm at the RUBiS Warwick gas station on South Road in Warwick.

It is a tradition of every Recruit Foundation Course to raise money in aid of a charitable cause of their choice – and this year, all proceeds are in aid of 27 year old Dandre Outerbridge’s medical expenses.

Reported Missing Person: 32 Year Old Tyson Bean [Located]

Sun, 2020-02-23

The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 32 year old Tyson Bean.

Mr. Bean – described as a black male, approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall of medium build with a short afro hairstyle – is known to frequent the Union Street, City of Hamilton area as well as the St. Monica’s Road, Pembroke area.

He was last seen by a family member on Union Street in the City of Hamilton at least two days ago.

So far, efforts by police officers to locate Mr. Bean have been unsuccessful.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of 32 year old Tyson Bean is encouraged to call police on 295-0011 at the earliest opportunity.

Update: Monday, February 24th - 32 year old Tyson Bean has been found safe and well this morning (Monday, February 24th).

The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating him.



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