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Black History Month Trailblazer: PC Zoenique Williams

Tue, 2021-02-02

Today's Black History Month Trailblazer: Constable Zoenique Williams.

Zoenique is a Bermudian and mother of her 11-year-old son Andrew, joined the Bermuda Police Service in September 2005. Since joining she has worked in several key Units of the Service and is presently a member of the Narcotics Department.

Zoenique also holds the distinction in December 2020, becoming the first female officer of the BPS, to become a member of our Elite and highly trained firearms Emergency Response Team as well as one of the first female Close Protection officers. She is a BPS advance driver and motorcycle rider. In addition to her police duties and specialist training she is a devoted fitness lover and an Elite cyclist. She was the winner in the 2014, Heritage Day Sinclair Packwood Memorial Cycle race and later that year was crowned Bermuda Bicycle Associations Female Rider of the Year. She was also the winner of 2015 Heritage Day Sinclair Packwood Memorial Cycle race, when it first debuted leaving St. George's.

Bermuda Police Service is Celebrating Black History Month

Mon, 2021-02-01

Black History Month is an annual observance originating in the United States, where it is also known as African-American History Month. It is the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans, and since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Other countries around the world, including Bermuda, Canada, Amsterdam and the United Kingdom, also devote a month to celebrating Black History.

With February being dedicated as Black History Month; Commissioner Corbishley has directed that the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) will highlight and honour the triumphs of Trailblazing Black Officers throughout BPS history, including some of their artistic, cultural or work achievements.

To this end starting on Monday,1 February, 2021, the Bermuda Police Service via our Media Relations Office will be emailing (internally) and posting on all of our social medial sites “brief bios” of the highlights and achievements of some of our past and present black officers. This will be by no means be the only contributions of these and/or other significant roles played by black officers over the history of the Bermuda Police Service. We hope you take the opportunity to look and learn as we write about professional and personal  exploits of our colleagues experiences and the efforts they have made within the BPS, and to the history of Bermuda. Our first Trailblazer is;

Superintendent Na’imah Astwood (nee Williams)

Two Cars Reported Stolen [Update: Both Vehicles Were Later Recovered]

Sun, 2021-01-31

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating two motor cars which were reported stolen over the weekend.

Vehicle 13292, a Kia Picanto motorcar, dark grey in colour with red trim, was reported stolen from the Pond Hill area of Pembroke on Friday night.

The owner reported parking the vehicle  on Pond Hill on the side of Parson’s Road Playground at 7:45 p.m. on Friday 29th January, 2021. Upon their return at 9:30 p.m., the car was missing.

Vehicle 47475, a Toyota Rav4, silver in color, was parked on Angle Street at the junction with Union Street in Pembroke (outside Fish n’ Tings) at 7:10 p.m. on Saturday 30th January, 2021. 

The owner reported having returned at 7:11 p.m. and saw that the vehicle had gone missing.

Stolen Vehicles' Advisory

Tue, 2021-01-26

In recent weeks, there have been several reports of cars being stolen from locations across the island.

Prevention and deterrence are the best advice for all motor vehicle owners to adhere in order to not become a victim of vehicular theft.

The Bermuda Police Service advises that you implement, where possible, the following measures to prevent against falling victim to vehicle theft.

Reported Serious Three Vehicle Collision in Sandys Parish

Mon, 2021-01-25

Around 6:10pm today, Monday 25th January 2021, first responders attend a report of a three vehicle collision, involving a private motorcar, a PTB bus and a motorcycle, along Middle Road near the junction with Fairhaven Lane, Sandys.

Early reports indicate that a 25 year  old male motorcyclist, traveling in an easterly direction, attempted to overtake vehicles traveling in the same direction, when he lost control of his cycle and collided with a private car traveling in a westerly direction.

Press Conference: Update on Imitation Firearm Seizure

Mon, 2021-01-25

Superintendent Nicholas Pedro gives an update and warning to the public after the seizure of a replica firearm over the weekend. 

Press Conference Link Here

The firearm on the bottom is the imitation.

BPS CPD 2020 Staff Person of the Year: PC Shandora Burrows

Mon, 2021-01-25

P.C. Shandora Burrows is the Bermuda Police Service (BPS), Community Policing Division (CPD), Staff Person, 2020!

Announcing the selection, Superintendent Na’imah Astwood, the officer in charge of the CPD said: “PC Burrows has been unwavering in the performance of her duties and is repeatedly hailed by her colleagues, for her positive approach to her role and dedication to rise to many challenges.

Her positive ‘can do’ attitude, has been recognized as she consistently takes the extra step, ultimately exuding the ethos of ‘First Door Right Door!’ After reading of her accomplishments, we feel she is more than deserving of being selected as the CPD Staff Person of the year 2020.”

“First Door Right Door” is the concept implemented by Supt. Astwood  to ensure members of the public, as well as our colleagues, receive the assistance they require and/or are put on the path to receiving that assistance at the very first point of contact with the organisation.



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