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What do you do in the event of an emergency in Bermuda? Who do you call?

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  • Recreational users of small unmanned aircraft, sometimes called UAVs or drones, are advised by The Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) to pay more attention to safety issues.

  • The Attorney-General’s Chambers is Bermuda’s Central Authority for MLA in criminal matters.  The Central Authority handles and processes all formal requests for assistance in accordance with the provisions of the

  • All  residents of Bermuda now enjoy the right to informational privacy, or the right to protect their personal information. Many countries recognize this as an important human right and have developed laws to protect individuals’ personal information.

  • There are four different courts in Bermuda which include:

  • Witnesses or victims of crime will be kept informed of court dates and the legal process by the Bermuda Witness Care Unit. 

    You will be provided with:

  • In the event of an emergency, you might be advised to leave a particular area on the island. The Emergency Measures Organisation (EMO) makes the decision after consulting with committee members and weather officials.

  • If your vehicle is equipped with seat belts, the seat belts or child safety seats must be used as required.

    If your vehicle is not equipped with seat belts, neither seat belts nor child safety seats are required. In addition, you do not have to have seat belts fitted to your vehicle.

  • It is very important to make sure you are safe, and that your property is safe.

    If there is an emergency, call 911 immediately.

    There are many different kinds of emergencies. Many emergencies can be related to: