BPS Welcomes Sergeant Wendell Ballantyne

August 6, 2015

Wendell Ballantyne RVIPFThe Bermuda Police Service said they would like to welcome Sergeant Wendell [pictured] of Royal Virgin Islands Police Force [RVIPF] Forensic Unit, who has been seconded to the ranks of the Bermuda Police Service, from August 1st 2015 until August 31st, 2015.

Sgt. Ballantyne has over 8 years of experience in the field of forensics and during his time with the BPS he will shadow the Forensic Support Unit, under the guidance of Acting Detective Sergeant. Jewel Alex Hayward.

Sgt. Ballantine’s visit is designed to provide him with an overview of the role of forensic support within the Bermuda Police Service.

The Acting Commissioner of police Paul Wright states, “I am happy to welcome Sergeant Wendell Ballantyne to the ranks of the Bermuda Police Service for the next month.

“I am confident that Sgt. Ballantyne will form some useful practices to take back home and I wish him best in his new post.”

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  1. Kangoocar says:

    Forensic?? Hmmm, very interesting?? I wonder if he is a forensic accounting specialist??? If so, the timing seems very interesting! If my suspicions are correct, I would venture to say there are some very nervous former government people that are a VERY NERVOUS right about now??? I personally look forward to the long overdue day those responsible for the financial issues Bermuda experienced from the years 2004 until 2011 are finally brought to justice!!!!

  2. NO MORE WAR says:

    One question who is paying his salary?

  3. Just a matter of time says:

    @Kangoocar. If the allegations were true and your Govt hasn’t done anything to investigate such serious allegations in nearly 3 years wouldn’t that make them equally responsible? I think you should be more worried about the scandals taking place currently. No word from you there…

    • Kangoocar says:

      Let me help you to wake up my lost and clueless friend!!! Have you given any thought to all the new laws that have just gone though the house about certain legal laws?? That I am sure did not happen by accident, Bermudas laws until now were inadicate to deal with what the plp did, now that has been fixed, you can live in denial all you want, but I suggest you place close attention from now on???

  4. Ameboa says:

    Why does this sounds so backwards to me.. Is he here to learn or teach?

  5. Hmm says:

    Police officers were just recently made “redundant”/fired/retired the other day and blame placed on the government due to budget cuts. Already some foreigner is being hired by the same police department… Blame the government, or blame reduced finances all you like, I smell a rat!!

  6. rhonda says:

    A quick check on Google shows he is a serious crime investigators, not a financial crime investigators. Looks like he is in training. But nonetheless I am disappointed, the oba needs investigating.

  7. Just a matter of time says:

    @Kangoocar. If you are referring to PATI, that is for the benefit of the public. Govt can investigate internally anytime it wants without any ‘laws’ as you state. Your rant is confusing as per usual.