Bermuda Police Service Welcomes Fiona Knight

October 1, 2018 | 9 Comments

The Bermuda Police Service has welcomed Fiona Knight, who will be “formally attached to the Vulnerable Persons Unit, where her expertise will be utilised around investigations, vulnerable persons and disclosure matters.”

A police spokesperson said, “Commissioner of Police Mr. Stephen Corbishley welcomed Mrs. Fiona Knight to the Bermuda Police Service today [October 1st]. She will be formally attached to the Vulnerable Persons Unit, where her expertise will be utilised around investigations, vulnerable persons and disclosure matters.

“Fiona is a former Detective Sergeant from Cheshire Constabulary in the U.K. with over 30 years of policing experience, having worked in Major Crime/CID and Safeguarding Units.

Stephen Corbishley  and Fiona Knight Bermuda Oct 2018

“Her last few years whilst serving in Cheshire was as a Detective Sergeant on the Strategic Public Protection Unit in charge of rape and serious sexual offences, investigating serious sexual offences and maintaining and writing current policies.

“She is a specialist investigative interviewer and PIP 2 [Professionalising the Investigation Process] qualified. Fiona is also a qualified trainer of specialist investigative courses and interview techniques and has performed disclosure duties for many of her cases whilst working in Major Crime, including murder and serious criminal investigations.

“Mrs. Knight has recent experience in investigating high profile child sexual exploitation cases in the U.K.

“Fiona is married with two adult step daughters, three grandchildren and two Cocker Spaniels.”

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  1. good news says:

    I hope this kind of reenforcement helps with the back log of cases of sexual assault on children. This is a really big issue in Bermuda and I am thankful someone has the courage to put some outside expertise on this issue.

    • sage says:

      The last case of a man molesting an 8 yr old child resulted in a 4 month sentence, four years is manifestly inadequate, no one complained no appeal launched,the ‘justice’ system completely fails our children if this can happen. Which hotel suite shall our new addition be staying in?

      • wondering says:

        or the case of the baby thrower who got 0 months and got off scott free – no appeal, nothing

  2. Well done says:

    They guy Corbishley working fast. So far so good.

  3. puzzled says:

    Bout bloody time.
    Get rid of the dead wood while your at COP.
    40 years making over $130,000 and doing crap.

    Lets get back to policing and not just a bunch of old guys hanging on for that extra pension money.

    Seriously.

  4. voltage says:

    Very encouraging to see such talented resources assisting in such an important area. I understand she has been on island for some time and attempting to offer her skills to BPS – glad to see the road block is now free so she can help.

    This description of her experience will be a welcomed addition to the community she will now be supported to serve.

    She is a specialist investigative interviewer and PIP 2 [Professionalising the Investigation Process] qualified. Fiona is also a qualified trainer of specialist investigative courses and interview techniques and has performed disclosure duties for many of her cases whilst working in Major Crime, including murder and serious criminal investigations.

    “Mrs. Knight has recent experience in investigating high profile child sexual exploitation cases in the U.K.”

  5. Diane says:

    Thank you for hearing the cry of many, a qualified well experienced uncorrupted, no conflict of interest Professional. Change at long last! Wishing her all the very best, hope this can open more eyes and ears to the normal blind n deaf! Go get Em’

    Sage
    I feel your pain however leave the negative of her Hotel Suite alone you want her help or not there’s no price at all when a part of you is stolen and your traumatized for life! Take a more positive outlook, wasted money for years n years now we on track they can put in her a million dollar house as far as I’m concerned as long as she taking care of business and uprooting the evils that run so deep!

    When you live it, you know it and you would know she’s priceless and a super power for all vulnerable people!

  6. sage says:

    Wow, sounds like god touched down on our shores and all our current police are deaf, blind, unqualified, corrupt, unprofessional, wastes of time and money, with conflicts of interest who intentionally create roadblocks to protect child abusers. This savior though, is a priceless, super power (who has been on island for some time ‘attempting to offer her skills’ ?) that she deserves to be put in a million dollar (per year?) house, Was she so successful in the UK that child abuse has been wiped out? I never heard about it. Please tell us more. We obviously need British judges and prosecutors as well then don’t we?

  7. eyes wide open says:

    voltage says:
    October 1, 2018

    I understand she has been on island for some time and attempting to offer her skills to BPS –

    that statement should be cause for concern!

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