Police Seek Overseas Assistances in Solving Cold Case Murder Investigations

The Bermuda Police Service is currently inviting applications from suitably qualified serving police constables to join our Service for a contractual period of five years.


Applicants must be able to apply a range of appropriate investigative approaches to gather material, interview witnesses and suspects in addition to placing the victim at the centre of all actions and decisions, to safely and effectively investigate serious and complex crimes with a view to achieving an appropriate outcome for that investigation.

Applicants must hold a current designation as a Detective Constable (DC) and have completed the Professionalising Investigations Programme (PIP2) or equivalent. Proof of designation must be provided at the time of the application. In addition, qualified applicants will be invited to attend an assessment interview with senior officers.

All applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Additional Requirements;

Candidates must;

Not have attained the age of 49 at the start of the contractual period.

Have a minimum of five years of continuous Service in the police force.

Have good physical and mental health, and provide medical and dental fitness certificates, Training Records and PDR. (Submit with application).

Not be subject to any Professional Standards matter, Performance matter and/or sanction within the past 3 years.

Have successfully passed the Professionalising Investigations Programme (PIP2) or equivalent.

Be a police driver to Response Standard.

Salary commences at BD$84,666.74 per annum. The Bermuda dollar is on par with the US dollar. Other benefits include single-quarters accommodation at minimum rent, 24-day annual leave entitlement, free medical and dental coverage and free travel expenses at half contract and end of the contract.

The Bermuda Police Service is the primary law enforcement agency on the island of Bermuda, a UK overseas territory located in the Atlantic off the coast of North Carolina. Our commitment to the island’s 65,000 residents is “MAKING BERMUDA SAFER”.

Assessments and interviews are anticipated to commence in Barbados on March 6th – 10th 2023.

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