The Bermuda Police Service confirmed today that they arrested one of their own on “suspicion of offences under the Bribery Act 2016.
 
In a statement released this afternoon, Acting Deputy Commissioner Martin Weekes said: “A 33-year-old Smith’s Parish resident who is a serving police constable, was arrested today by officers of the Organised, Economic Crime Department on suspicion of offences under the Bribery Act 2016.
 
“An investigation has commenced and further enquiries will follow.
 
“The Bermuda Police Service wishes to make it clear that it takes any allegation of bribery and corruption among its officers and staff extremely seriously and that all allegations will be thoroughly investigated and dealt with according to law.”