Eleven Police Officers Promoted To Sergeant

June 9, 2019

At a 5:30pm ceremony held at Police Headquarters in Prospect Devonshire on Friday [June 7] eleven officers were promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

A police spokesperson said, “Dignitaries in attendance at the promotion ceremony were His Excellency the Governor, Mr. John Rankin CMG, Minister of National Security, Wayne Caines, Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley, Deputy Commissioner Designate Darrin Simons, Assistant Commissioner Antoine Daniels and Assistant Commissioner Martin Weekes.

2019 Promotions to Sergeant June 7

“In addition, family, friends and colleagues of the officers being promoted filled the Police Recreation Club hall to show their support.

Newly Promoted Sergeants:

  • 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
  • Sergeant Windol Thorpe

“Commissioner Corbishley highlighted the important role that Sergeants perform in the Bermuda Police Service [BPS] and offered congratulations to the eleven recently promoted Sergeants on behalf of all ranks and staff of the BPS.”

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  1. Great says:

    This is great but does this mean we will have more of a Police presence on our roads? I see folks running red lights in Hamilton all the time now and 3rd lane bikes still the norm during rush hour? Until the Police do something to change behavior (bring Boxhead Foggo days back) this destructive pattern will just continue and a lack of respect for Law on the roads equals a lack of respect for the Law in all other areas (anarchy)!

  2. Yes I says:

    Just curious. What’s with the uniformed clenched fist on the first row?

    • Y-gurl says:

      They have the answers written on their palms