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PRESS RELEASES

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Commissioner Designate Mr. Stephen Corbishley's First Official Remarks

Thursday, June 21,2018

Commissioner Designate Stephen Corbishley - Good morning to you all. My name is Steve Corbishley, and as said I am the incoming Commissioner of the Bermuda Police Service. I’m delighted to be in Bermuda and I’ve spent the past week engaging with staff, speaking to front line officers, supervisors, understanding their views and their needs in regards to the Bermuda Police Service – and making it the best it can be. I’ve also had opportunity to speak with Government, Government House about some of their expectations and some of the challenges that we face in going forward.



Police Vehicle Crash in Devonshire [Updated]

Wednesday, June 20,2018

Around 4:30pm today (June 20th) police and fellow first responders were dispatched to a reported single vehicle crash in the Middle Road, Upland Street Devonshire area. Details are limited at this time. However, initial information indicates that a police van struck a pillar. Apparently the driver of the police vehicle was hurt, but his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.



Reported Two Vehicle Collision in St. George's [Updated]

Friday, June 15,2018

Police and first responders attended a report of a road traffic collision that took place on Mullet Bay Road in the area of Rocky Hill Park in St. George's at 6:40pm (Friday). Details are still emerging but it appears that a collision occurred between a driver of a car and a man on a motorcycle. The rider of the motorcycle was taken to the hospital via ambulance and his condition is listed as serious.



American Visitor Dies in Horseshoe Bay Incident [Updated]

Thursday, June 07,2018

Police and first responders attended a report of a medical emergency at Horseshoe Bay Beach in Southampton at 2:26pm today (Thursday). Upon police arrival it was ascertained that a male ran into breathing difficulty at the beach, resulting in lifeguards performing CPR. The victim was subsequently taken to the hospital via ambulance where at this time his condition is considered critical.



Sudden Death of 62 Year Old American Visitor Yvonne Aites

Tuesday, June 05,2018

The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 62 year old American cruise ship visitor Yvonne Aites and extends sincere condolences to her family and friends. Ms. Aites, from Massachusetts, apparently fell off of a Jet Ski into the water near Cambridge Beaches, Sandys parish Monday morning (June 4th) during a Jet Ski tour and became unconscious. Despite lifesaving efforts on the water which continued as she was rushed to King Edward VII Memorial hospital via ambulance, Ms. Aites was later pronounced dead.



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