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PRESS RELEASES

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Reported Serious 50cc Scooter Crash [Updated]

Thursday, April 19,2018

A few minutes before 8pm police and and first responders attended the scene of a single vehicle road traffic collision that took place at the Spanish Point Park in Pembroke. Initial reports suggest a 30 year old male was riding in the park and as a result lost control of his cycle and collided with a wall to the side of the park. The rider was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital and his injuries are considered serious. At present the relevant officers are processing the scene and more information will be forthcoming as it becomes available.



Bermuda Police Service Recruitment Underway

Tuesday, April 17,2018

The Bermuda Police Service is currently recruiting, with interested candidates invited to apply for consideration as a Cadet or Constable. Cadet applicants: must be between the ages of 16 and 21 years old at the start of the contract.must be a Bermudian or spouse of a Bermudian.



Reported Two Motorcycle Collision on North Shore Road [Updated]

Monday, April 16,2018

Please be advised, there has been a two vehicle road traffic collision that took place on North Shore Road and Overview Hill between two motorcyclists. Details are still emerging but it appears that two motorcycles collided, resulting with the male and female riders being taken to the hospital and at this juncture, their condition is unknown.



Updated Online Fraud Advisory: Business E-mail Compromise Scam

Friday, April 13,2018

Detective Superintendent Sean Field-Lament of the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) Crime Division - “I wish to continue to raise awareness of the Bermuda business community in regards to an emerging cyber threat named ‘Business Email Compromise’ (BEC), also called ‘CEO fraud’. The Organized and Economic Crime Department (OECD) has now received four reports in the last 2 weeks from local businesses regarding significant cyber-enabled fraud incidents.



Online Fraud Advisory: Business E-mail Compromise (BEC) Scam

Wednesday, April 11,2018

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) wishes to advise the Bermuda business community in regards to an emerging cyber threat named ‘Business Email Compromise’ (BEC), also called ‘CEO fraud’, which has so far resulted in the loss or attempted loss of significant sums from local businesses. Organised Crime Groups make use of publicly available contact information to collect email data of company executives and accounts department employees. An email impersonating the executive is sent to the accounts department employee, which requests an urgent overseas payment to be made.



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