LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

Death of Canine

Sun, 2018-01-14

The Bermuda Police Service is aware of disturbing images of a dog that was found dead in the waters off of Admiralty House in Pembroke. An investigation into the incident has commenced in conjunction with the relevant governmental authorities.

Police are interested in speaking with anyone who may have any information that may assist with the investigation.

Overturned Car in Southampton [Updated]

Fri, 2018-01-12

At About 8:44pm (Friday) police and other first responders attended a report of a road traffic collision outside Henry VIII Restaurant on South  Road in Southampton, where a car over turned.

It appears that a car was traveling west on South Road when the driver of the car apparently maneuvered around a pedestrian resulting in driver hitting two parked cars and flipping over.

Traffic Advisories for Bermuda Marathon Weekend

Thu, 2018-01-11

Traffic Advisory: 2018 KPMG Front Street Mile - The motoring public is reminded that traffic diversions and parking restrictions will be in effect for the 2018 KPMG Front Street Mile running races on Friday night.

The event is part of the Bermuda Marathon Weekend taking place from Friday, January 12th until Sunday, January 14th.

Police Appeal for Public’s Assistance in Locating Stolen Car [Located]

Thu, 2018-01-11

The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating a reported stolen car.

The vehicle, described as a grey Peugeot 307 bearing license plate 47913, was apparently last seen around 8:20pm Monday, January 8th in the parking lot of Serpentine Liquors on Serpentine Road in Pembroke.

Retirement of Commissioner Michael A. DeSilva

Tue, 2018-01-09

Commissioner of Police Michael A. DeSilva – It was not an easy decision to retire and leave a career of over 32 years in the making. I am passionate about policing and I have dedicated my entire adult life to public service. I am grateful to all of my colleagues, past and present, for their support and commitment during my tenure. It has been an honour and a privilege to lead so many dedicated and skilled police officers, support staff, reserves, and cadets.

I am proud of the significant impact we have made in helping to reduce violence, but there is more to be done. After 8 years as Commissioner it is the right time to let someone else lead the BPS from its senior post, and continue the mission of “Making Bermuda Safer.”

Bomb Threat at Courts - Dame Lois Browne-Evans Building [Updated]

Mon, 2018-01-08

Please see below link to the Government's Department of Communications statement regarding a bomb threat at the courts (Dame Lois Browne-Eavns building) this morning.

Update: A 36 year old man has been arrested in connection with the bomb threat at the courts today.

Death of Reserve Officer PC Dawn Jeffrey (Darby)

Sat, 2018-01-06

It is with deep sadness that the Bermuda Police Service and the Bermuda Reserve Police report the death of our colleague, PC 1181 Dawn Jeffrey (Darby) of the Bermuda Reserve Police. Dawn passed away earlier today at the hospital, at the age of 55.

PC 1181 Dawn Darby joined the Bermuda Reserve Police on November 1994. She was consistent with her service to the Bermuda Reserve Police and has spent her whole police career attached to the Western Division.

PC Darby sat and passed the promotion exams in 1998 and spent the following two years as an Acting Sergeant. She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2003 and thereafter served several periods as an Acting Inspector.



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