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 Bermuda Police Service is currently investigating the reported theft of a large quantity of cash.
The money was apparently removed around 8:30pm Monday, June 29th from an unattended car parked in the vicinity of St. David’s Primary school.
The lone culprit, described as 6 feet tall of medium to stocky build wearing black clothing and a black helmet, fled on foot along Great Bay Road.
The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 17 year old Savannah Lewis, who was recently reported missing.
Ms. Lewis is described as light complexioned, 5’4” tall of slim build, with red shoulder length hair and freckles.
She was apparently last seen wearing black jeans and a black and white top around 11pm Saturday, June 27th at her Alexandra Road, Devonshire home.
At last check a 35 year old male visitor injured when the rental cycle he was riding collided with a car around 3:15pm Monday, June 29th on Middle Road in Southampton near the junction with Scenic Heights Pass was at the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit in stable condition.
The pillion passenger involved, also a male visitor, was apparently treated at the hospital for less serious injuries and later discharged.
Around 3:15pm on Monday, June 29th first responders were dispatched to a reported serious collision on Middle Road in Southampton near the junction with Scenic Heights Pass.
It appears that a car and a rental cycle were traveling in opposite directions when they collided.
In conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce, the Central Community Action Team will be hosting a Police Community Clinic ‘Meet Your CAT Officer’ and Police Vehicle Display at Harbour Nights on Wednesday, 1st July 2015 from 6:30pm until 10pm along Front Street in the City of Hamilton.
This will provide an opportunity for Community Action Team (CAT) officers to engage with visitors as well as members of the public regarding crime prevention advice.
Commissioner of Police Michael DeSilva - The Supreme Court yesterday convicted a 37 year old man for incest. The court found that the man had sexually exploited his daughter while in a position of trust.
The Bermuda Police Service treats offences committed against children very seriously and we recently increased the number of investigators trained to deal with those crimes.