code of conductProfessionalism
Members shall strive to meet all deadlines that have
been assigned. When it is apparent that deadlines cannot
be met, members shall seek permission to amend the
deadline and will make such application in good time.
Members shall ensure that they attend all meetings at
which their presence has been requested. Requests
to be absent from a meeting, or to send an alternate
representative, shall be made in advance to the person
convening the meeting.
Members shall ensure that all required logs, forms or
reports are properly completed and submitted in a timely
To enthusiastically devote ourselves to the
purpose and goals of the Organisation.
To be committed to do the job to the best
of our abilities.
Members shall be faithful to their sworn duties and the
Mission of the Bermuda Police Service, and will not allow
personal motives to govern their decisions and conduct in
discharging their duties.
Members shall strive to develop and maintain esprit de
corps, morale and loyalty to the Bermuda Police Service.
Members shall perform their duties to the best of their
abilities, at all times.
Members shall support their colleagues, sharing the
workload and actively contributing towards service
To demonstrate the strength and fortitude
to take appropriate actions in the face
of adversity and the ability to endure any
consequences that may follow.
Members shall attend promptly when dispatched to aid a
fellow officer or to attend an incident where danger might
Demonstrating courage does not mean blindly reacting to
a dangerous situation. Dangerous situations should always
be assessed to determine the most appropriate response.
Members shall have the courage to make the right
decisions and take the appropriate action, even in the face
of adversity or potential negative reactions.
To work cohesively and