Promotions and new officers for Bermuda Reserve Police
The Bermuda Reserve Police inducted eleven new reserve constables this week and promoted four serving constables to the rank of Sergeant.
At a ceremony retiring Reserve Inspector Maurice Ollivierre was also acknowledged for 25 years of service.
Shavon Taylor, Adam Hall, James Celestine and Richard Foulds were promoted to Sergeant.
The new reserves are Steven Robinson, Michael Barbosa, Mirela DeSilva, Chinna Francois, Michele Gallagher, Devon Gibbs, Kennia Jones, Calvin Simons, Michael Terceira, Dre Wilkinson and John Outerbridge.
Reserve Inspector Maurice Ollivierre received recognition for volunteering for 25 years.
The ceremony was attended by Police Commissioner Michael DeSilva, Assistant Commissioner Paul Wright, Assistant Commissioner Antoine Daniels, Chief Inspector Hashim Estwick.
Also in attendance were Commandant Jerry Robinson, Deputy Commandant Cannoth Roberts, Reserve Superintendent Sandra Robinson and members of the Reserve Police executive.
Several relatives and friends were also on hand to witness the ceremony.
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