Recruit Foundation Course 79 Passing Out Parade

Sunday, March 17,2019

At 4pm Friday, March 15th the Passing Out Parade for Recruit Foundation Course 79 took place at Police Headquarters in Prospect, Devonshire. In attendance at the ceremony were several dignitaries including: His Excellency, The Governor, Mr. John Rankin CMG Minister of National Security the Hon. Wayne M. Caines JP MP

Official Launch of Parish Constables & Community CID Officers

Friday, March 15,2019

The official launch of the Parish Constables and community Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officers (West & East) was held 5:30pm Thursday, March 14th at Police Headquarters in Prospect Devonshire. Dignitaries on hand for the official launch included His Excellency the Governor, Mr. John Rankin CMG, the Minister of National Security the Hon. Wayne M. Caines JP MP and the Commissioner of Police Mr. Stephen Corbishley – as well as community partners, family and friends.

12 Police Recruits on Recruit Foundation Course 79 SCARS Certified

Tuesday, March 12,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) has traditionally supported SCARS (Saving Children And Revealing Secrets) Bermuda by conducting that specific training delivered as a supplement to our normal training regime. Since 2015, the BPS has had approximately 400 members of staff SCARS certified. Today (March 12th) for the first time, the BPS has delivered the training as a mandatory part of our initial Recruit Training Course. As a result, twelve BPS recruits will be entering their policing careers SCARS certified.

Robbery on Ord Road: Cash Taken, No One Injured [Updated]

Saturday, March 09,2019

Police responded to a report of a robbery that took place on Ord Road in Paget. Details are still emerging but it appears that at 8:30am today (Saturday), a male entered “The Minimart” on Ord Road in Paget and brandished what appeared to be a bladed article and demanded money. He was given an undisclosed amount of cash and he then left the area on foot.

8 Female Student #IWD2019 Short Essay Contest Winners Recognised

Friday, March 08,2019

On this International Women's Day, we are proud to announce the 8 female student authors whose “What does female empowerment mean to you?” 200 word short essays were chosen as the best in our #IWD2019 contest!                 They are: Aaliyah Lee – The Berkeley Institute Essay Amirh Wade – The Berkeley Institute Essay Emilia Stowe – The Berkeley Institute (not pictured) Essay Alexis Lodge – Bermuda High School Essay McKenzie-Kohl Tuckett – Warwick Academy (not pictured) Essay Katarina Rance – Bermuda High School (not pictured) Essay Kimora Waddell-Smith – Clearwater Middle School Essay Marley Brown – Bermuda Institute Essay


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