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.”
Actress attempts around island swim
PLP MPs back inquiry into Lahey Clinic case
DeSilva: remain vigilant on gangs
Optometrists and optician business to close
Bartender thankful after regaining job
No regrets about move to Burnley, says Wells
Burgled tourists’ faith in Bermuda restored
Bermudians arrested on terror charges in UK
Entrepreneur sees better way to treat water
Teacher delighted with honours recognition
Born versus status rhetoric is toxic
Bay’s Brangman refuses to walk
Take Our Poll