Monday, April 06,2020

Three individuals were last night stopped by police for being in breach of the current curfew regulations. One individual, a female, was stopped twice. She was taken into custody and detained at the Hamilton Police Station after being stopped on the second occasion at around 10:15pm in Flatts Village. At 10:36p.m another individual, a male was seen walking along Front St. He was stopped by police officers who advised them that he will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts. Then at 3:09am today another male was approached by officer for breach of curfew, after he was found at Fort Scaur inside his car. He too was advised that he will be issued with a summons to appear before the courts. Tucker. A summons is also to be issued to the individual who stopped for breach of curfew earlier this week.

Arrests Made After Burglary At Coconut Rock

Monday, March 30,2020

Around 5:15 this morning, Monday 30th March, it was discovered that unlawful entry had been gained to Coconut Rock restaurant.  Enquiries were made and it was discovered that culprits had forced entry in to the premises It is unknown exactly what had been taken.  The Investigation led police officers to Queen Elizabeth Park in the City of Hamilton where a number of persons were arrested as well as items relating to the burglary were recovered. The suspects remain in police custody whilst the enquiries in to this crime continues.


Wednesday, March 04,2020

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

Wednesday, March 04,2020

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. 

Upcoming Road Sobriety Checkpoints in 7 Parishes

Monday, February 24,2020

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.


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