Police motorcycle course starts Monday

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Police officers will start a motorcycle training course on Monday.

A police spokesman said the Bermuda Police Service driver training unit would conduct a standard police motorcycle course until March 29.

He added: “The officers on the course will be riding in a group of three and, at times, at high speed. Lights and sirens may also be used during the training.”

The spokesman said: “Motorists are reminded to give way and exercise caution — as they would for any emergency vehicle — if they encounter these police motorcyclists during training.”

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Published Mar 9, 2018 at 6:44 pm (Updated Mar 9, 2018 at 6:44 pm)

Police motorcycle course starts Monday

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