Launch of Bermuda Police Service Website Minister of Labour, Home Affairs & Public Safety - The Honourable K. H. Randolph Horto

Sun, 2005-03-13

"The launch of the official Bermuda Police Service website is yet another step that the Service is taking towards modernization and becoming increasingly relevant to the community it serves. The Service's Strategic Plan outlined the objective to create a website and that plan has now turned into reality. The public will have easy access to a wealth of information about the Service, including how to join as an officer or as a Reserve. Daily press reports can now be accessed via the website as well as historical crime statistics. Contact information for the many units and staff within the Service is now readily available at the public's fingertips. As we move forward, the Service anticipates that the website will become more interactive and responsive to user needs.

The launch of the website fits in very well with Government's e-initiatives and desire to increase accessibility. I am proud that the Service has taken this step and we look forward to effective public use of this new website. I heartily congratulate all who have contributed to this significant new initiative."


Police are appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 20 year old twins Jahmal and Jahmil Cooper. Both men are from Pembroke and were last seen getting into a jeep at the junction of Court Street and Elliot Street in Pembroke in the early hours of Sunday, March 13, 2005. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Acting Inspector Jerome Laws on 299-4239 or the confidential Crimestoppers Hotline on 1-800-623-8477.