Police officers promoted

  • Eleven police officers were promoted to the position of Sergeant on Friday. They are pictured here with Bermuda Police Service colleagues and dignitaries. (Photograph supplied)

    Eleven police officers were promoted to the position of Sergeant on Friday. They are pictured here with Bermuda Police Service colleagues and dignitaries. (Photograph supplied)


Eleven police officers have been promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

A promotion ceremony was held for them at the police headquarters in Prospect, Devonshire, on Friday.

Dignitaries in attendance were: John Rankin, the Governor, Wayne Caines, the Minister of National Security, Stephen Corbishley, the Commissioner of Police, Darrin Simons, the Deputy Commissioner Designate, and Antoine Daniels and Martin Weekes, Assistant Commissioners.

Family, friends and colleagues of the officers being promoted turned up to the Police Recreation Club hall in support.

The newly promoted Sergeants are Sergeant Lennox Ince, Sergeant Mark Tomlinson, Sergeant Nidol Barker, Sergeant Cerepha Bridgeman, Sergeant Rohan Henry, Sergeant Bernadette Lawrence, Sergeant Dominique Simons, Sergeant Francis Blackman-St John, Sergeant Caleb Jn Pierre, Sergeant Christopher Thompson and Sergeant Windol Thorpe.

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Published Jun 10, 2019 at 11:57 am (Updated Jun 10, 2019 at 11:57 am)

Police officers promoted

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