Police to give seniors advice on crime
Seniors’ concerns and crime prevention will be discussed at an event next month.
The Bermuda Police Service Eastern Community Action Team will host an awareness event for seniors on February 9.
The BPS said that officers and community partners would be on hand to answers questions from community members and provide advice on crime prevention.
The event will be held at St Mark’s Church Hall, located at 53 South Road, Smith’s, from 10am to 2pm.
Anyone who wants to attend should contact Constable Terry-Lynn Paynter at 717-0952 or email@example.com by February 4.
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