Antisocial behaviour affects everyone in a community and spreads fear, intimidation and feelings of isolation. As a community problem, it requires a community solution. Fighting a threat is significantly more effective when people come together, instead of fighting it alone. As such, it’s important to know where the support is in your community in case you have information on a crime and want to pass it on to the authorities. Read on for our guide on what anti-social behaviour is and how to report it. A

Whether you’re a resident of Bermuda or a newcomer to the island, safety is a high priority. No one wants to live somewhere that makes them feel uncomfortable or fearful. Fortunately, Bermuda has a relatively low crime rate and people on the island can enjoy its beauty with little worry. Saying that, it also only makes sense to do all you can to keep yourself, your loved ones and your property safe. This post outlines 5 top tips on how to do just that. Top Tips: 1.

Ever since the early 1970s, guns have been banned in Bermuda. Today, only certain members of the police force have authorisation to use handguns. But this ban wasn’t enough to keep guns off the streets and although the country is relatively safe for the thousands who holiday here, gang violence has created a criminal culture on parts of the island. This has led to gun crime becoming a common problem. Let’s have a closer look at all you need to know about gun crime in Bermuda. Gang-related

Usually, the mention of Bermuda conjures up visions of white, luxurious beaches and crystal clear water. And that’s pretty spot on. The island is a beautiful place to be, which is why in 2022 it welcomed nearly 120,000 tourists! From the population of around 64,000, about 20% are expats. Whether you’re thinking of joining them or already living in Bermuda, you may want to know how safe it is. After all, even the most beautiful of places can have hidden dangers. Read on to find out

With the official start of summer almost here, the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is aware that a variety of public events are scheduled, at both outdoor and indoor venues, which may involve the sale and consumption of alcohol. Bearing that in mind, the BPS offers the following advice to residents and visitors planning to attend any upcoming social gatherings. Don’t drive, ride or operate a watercraft while intoxicated. Don’t let your drink out of sight and don’t consume any drink left unattended. Have a plan

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We are a registered Bermuda charity (No. 410) helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. We have an anonymous 24-hour Hotline phone number, 800-8477 (TIPS), that people can call to pass on information about crime; alternatively people can send us information anonymously via our Anonymous Online Form. You don’t have to give your name or any of your personal details. We do not trace calls or track IP addresses.

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