BPS Confirm Off Duty Constable Seriously Hurt in Motorcycle Crash

Monday, June 24,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) can confirm that an off duty 22 year old BPS Constable is the man that sustained serious injuries in a single vehicle motorcycle crash that occurred around 2:45am Sunday, June 23rd on Crow Lane in Pembroke, while he was riding his private motorcycle. The young man is currently receiving treatment in King Edward VII Memorial Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Forum: How to Respond to & Report Inappropriate Personal Interactions

Sunday, June 23,2019

The Bermuda Police Service in collaboration with St. George’s stakeholders will be conducting a ‘Stranger Danger’ presentation – to raise awareness about how to respond to and report inappropriate personal interactions – for youth and their parents. All members of the public are invited to attend this event, which will be held in the Penno’s Wharf (Tiger Bay) St. George’s cruise ship terminal, starting at 6:30pm Thursday 27th June, 2019.

BPS Represents & Supports All Aspects of Our Diverse Communities

Friday, June 21,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) have confirmed they are in dialogue with OutBermuda to support Bermuda’s first parade to celebrate Gay Pride this summer. The Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley saying: “The BPS represents and supports all aspects of our diverse communities and we want to be alongside LGBTQ people to celebrate their identity and have confidence that their police service is there when they have need.

Three Years Later, Fiqre Crockwell Murder Investigation Continues

Thursday, June 20,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is renewing the appeal for witnesses to come forward regarding the murder of Fiqre Crockwell, who was fatally shot on Woodlands Road in Pembroke minutes before 3am Monday, 20th June 2016. This case remains an active murder investigation and today marks the third anniversary since Fiqre was killed.

Residents Reminded to be Vigilant Regarding Investment Scams

Thursday, June 20,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is once again advising all residents to remain vigilant regarding scams that appear to be legitimate investment opportunities. A recent report to police highlighted a scam involving digital currency, where the website used for trading the electronic cash was found to be fraudulent. The website address, www.iforexlive.co.uk, has since been suspended.


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