LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

Effective 1 April 2016 Police Will Not Accept Foreign Cheques

Wed, 2016-03-02

Effective 1 April 2016, the Bermuda Police Service WILL NOT accept any foreign cheques or money orders. Local cheques (US and Bermuda dollars only) from the three Bermuda banks are acceptable.  

Persons making payments from overseas must pay by wire in the name of the Accountant General to HSBC as follows:

Bermuda Police Service – Information Statement

Wed, 2015-03-25

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

East CAT to Hold Community Clinic

Tue, 2016-04-26

The Bermuda Police Service Eastern Community Action Team will be having a Community Clinic tomorrow 27th April. The community clinic is to be held at the St. George’s Esso Service Station on Rose Hill between 12pm and 4pm.

Area residents are invited to voice their concerns at this clinic.

Promoters and Entrepreneurs Encouraged to Attend Meeting to Discuss Liquor Licensing Laws

Fri, 2016-04-22

On Wednesday the 27th of April from 6.00pm-8.00pm the Bermuda Police Service in conjunction with the Liquor Licensing Authority will be hosting a public information session for all entrepreneurs and promoters looking to hold large scale events, parties or concerts.

 In the lead up to the summer months and growing event periods like National Heroes Weekend and Cup Match. The BPS. and L.L.A. are encouraging promoters and entrepreneurs, to attend a meeting to discuss the Islands Liquor Licensing Laws, the plans and measures that the BPS and Liquor Licensing Authority will be looking for from event organizers, the National Plans to streamline the process of holding a large scale events and to have a discussion on ways forward for the island from a legislative and organizational standpoint.

Continued Appeal for Witnesses in Devonshire Collision

Tue, 2016-04-19

Police continue to appeal for witnesses to a serious road traffic collision, which occurred around 12:50pm 18-April (yesterday), on Middle Road near the junction with Christ Church Lane in Devonshire.

The 35-year-old male motorcyclist injured in the collision still remains in critical condition at the hospital's Intensive Care Unit.

Anyone who may have witnessed this collision should contact PC Dave Ward at 247-1788.

Motorcyclist Injured in Devonshire Collision

Mon, 2016-04-18

Approximately 12:50pm this afternoon (Monday, 18th April) Police and EMTs responded to a report of serious road traffic collision on Middle Road near the junction with Christ Church Lane, Devonshire apparently involving a motorcycle, a truck and a car.

Details surrounding the collision are limited at this time. However, the 35-year-old male motorcyclist involved was injured and taken to KEMH via ambulance where he is being treated for suspected head injuries.

The extent of his injuries is not known at this time, but an update will be provided once further information is available.

Traffic was diverted away from the area for approximately two hours while collision investigators processed the scene.

Man Injured in Assault

Sun, 2016-04-17

At approximately 8:40pm on Friday police attended a report in an incident that took place on Happy Valley in Pembroke. Upon police arrive it was ascertained that a man was assaulted by a male with a machete outside Belvins Store on Happy Valley Road and taken from the scene by private car. Details at this point are very limited however an active investigation into this incident is now underway. Police are interested in speaking to anyone who may have seen this incident or who may have any information that may assist in this investigation to call 295-0011 or the confidential Crime Stoppers hotline number on 800-8477.



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