Bribery Act inquiries started
Police are investigating three cases under a new anti-corruption law.
The inquiries fall under the Bribery Act 2016, which came into effect last year.
The probes were disclosed after a public access to information request to the Bermuda Police Service from The Royal Gazette.
Information officer David Geraghty said: “We have commenced three investigations for offences under the Bribery Act and all three are currently actively under investigation.”
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