News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – This holiday weekend, the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) will continue to work with our partner agencies in the Royal Bermuda Regiment and the Bermuda Reserve Police on enforcement of the COVID-19 regulations.

Additionally we are working alongside the Department of Environmental Health on COVID Compliance matters, to include visits to various businesses and restaurants to ensure that patrons and establishments, do not let down their guard on engaging in the appropriate health and safety guidelines.

Martin Weekes, Assistant Commissioner of Police said: “As part of our efforts to help make this holiday weekend enjoyable, the Police Service alongside our Reserve colleagues, will be actively engaged in keeping our roads safe by conducting speed checks and road sobriety checkpoints.

On the water, the BPS will be providing extra resources to support and work alongside the officers of the Bermuda Coastguard to bolster their marine policing response this holiday weekend and to monitor COVID compliance as well as to deter anti-social behavior on the water.
 
Let’s all work together to make this an enjoyable National Heroes Day holiday.”
 
 
For all COVID related comcerns, the BPS encourages the public to use the Non-Emergency 211 line where you can report any breaches of regulations as well as other non-emergency calls for service.
 
Alternatively you may also use the BPS online reporting portal – https://portal.police.bm