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PRESS RELEASES

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Two Bermuda Reserve Police Officers Honoured at Annual General Meeting

Friday, April 19,2019

The Bermuda Reserve Police (BRP) held their Annual General Meeting last night (Thursday, April 18th) and two awards were given: Reserve of the Year and The Dawn Darby Award (for most volunteered hours in 2018). Reserve Constable 1551 Samantha Savoury received the Reserve of the Year Award for her consistent and dedicated service, which goes above and beyond that expected of a BRP officer.



Fourth Road Fatality of 2019: 21 Year Old Antoine Seaman [Updated]

Monday, April 15,2019

Sergeant Dorian Astwood, Roads Policing Unit – The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 21-year-old Antoine Seaman of Granaway Drive in Southampton and we extend our sincere condolences to his family and friends. We are sensitive to the fact that this fatality took place in the early hours of this morning and Antoine’s community are still coming to grips with this most unfortunate situation.



Temporary Closure Order Issued to Southampton Rangers Sports Club

Friday, April 12,2019

Following two anti-social incidents this past weekend, the Bermuda Police Service has exercised its authority under the Liquor Licence Act Section 51A to close Southampton Rangers Sports Club from 12am Sunday, April 14th until 12am Monday, April 15th. Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police James Howard, who is in charge of the Tactical Operations Division, issued the temporary closure order this afternoon (April 12th).



Two Recent Anti-Social Incidents at Southampton Rangers Sports Club

Thursday, April 11,2019

Detectives are currently conducting inquiries regarding two recent incidents at Southampton Rangers Sports Club – one on the evening of Friday, April 5th and the other on the evening of Sunday, April 7th. In the first incident a 22 year old man sustained lacerations to his hand around 11:55pm Friday, after apparently being cut by a broken bottle wielded during an altercation at the establishment.



Police Activity at Dellwood Middle School & CedarBridge Academy Today

Thursday, April 11,2019

Police officers attended Dellwood Middle School and CedarBridge Academy today (Wednesday, April 10th) after Dellwood and CedarBridge school officials reported confiscating a quantity of e-cigarette type devices that were allegedly being sold by one student at each school to their respective peers. Inquiries are underway regarding this matter and anyone with relevant information is asked to call the main police telephone number 295-0011.



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