The Bermuda Police Service has compiled an Information Statement in preparation for the introduction of the Public Access to Information Act 2010. In accordance with Section 5 (4) of the act, as of April 1st 2015, the Information Statement will be made available for inspection by the public at Police Headquarters in Devonshire, at any police station, at the Bermuda National Library, at the Bermuda Archives and online at http://www.bermudapolice.bm.
The Central Community Action Team will be holding a series of community clinics next month, which the public is invited to attend.
Devonshire Parish – Devonshire Lindo’s from 11am until 3pm Wednesday, 2nd December 2015.
Paget Parish – Paget Rural Hill Plaza from 1:30pm until 4pm Saturday 12th December 2015.
Pembroke Parish – (EEZ) E.F. Gordon car park from 5pm until 9pm Friday 18th December 2015.
The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 17 year old Savannah Lewis.
Ms. Lewis is described as light complexioned, approximately 5’4” tall of slim build, with red shoulder length hair and freckles on her face.
She was apparently last seen wearing long khaki pants and a green short sleeved shirt around 8:30am Thursday, November 19th leaving her Alexandra Road, Devonshire home for school.
However, Ms. Lewis has been in contact with a family member as recently as Tuesday evening (November 24th) and is known to frequent the Tulo Valley, Controversy Lane areas of Pembroke.
The Chief Justice ruled today on the appeal of Commissioner -v- Michael Harkin. The case involves an appeal against a Human Rights Commission ruling that in 2009 the (then) Commissioner breached former Constable Harkin’s human rights over a delayed promotion, and then non-renewal of contract. The full text of the judgment is available on-line.
The 33 year old St. George’s man injured when the motorcycle he was riding collided with the kerb along Crow Lane in Pembroke, near the junction with Corkscrew Hill around 2:30am Friday, November 20th remains in stable condition at the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit this morning.
A police statement released on Sunday, November 22nd stated that he had been discharged from the hospital. However, after further checks with the hospital earlier today, it was confirmed that was not the case.
The 33 year old St. George’s man injured when the motorcycle he was riding collided with the kerb along Crow Lane in Pembroke, near the junction with Corkscrew Hill around 2:30am Friday, November 20th was treated and later discharged from the hospital.
He was initially warded in the Intensive Care Unit.
Inquiries regarding this collision continue and any witnesses should contact the Hamilton Police Station on 247-1704.
Update: Monday, November 23rd - Injured Motorcyclist Remains in ICU in Stable Condition