The Bermuda Police Service, (BPS), wishes to commend those members of the public who participated in yesterday’s protest rally at the Cabinet Office, for the peaceful manner in which they conducted themselves.
Chief Inspector Alex Rollin – Community Policing Division, said: “ The organisers were in constant contact with the Bermuda Police Service in the lead-up to yesterday’s event.
They kept us abreast of what their plans were for the day and assured us there would be neither encouragement nor tolerance of any illegal activity or untoward behavior.
The rally passed without incident and the police presence at the Cabinet Office Grounds was therefore kept at a minimum, with officers engaging only in crowd control duties.”
As we have stated in the past, the BPS supports peaceful protest, as long as such protest is done within the confines of the law.
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