Deputy Police Commissioner retires
Deputy Police Commissioner Mike Jackman has retired after 32 years on the job.
The Barbados-born officer joined the Bermuda Police Service in 1982 as a PC and rose to the second-highest rank in the force in 2009.
Mr Jackman was awarded the Overseas Territories’ Police Medal for Meritorious Service two years ago.
He was also chairman of the Bermuda Police Association from 1996-99.
A police spokesman said: “Undoubtedly, his service has helped to make Bermuda safer.”
The spokesman added that Mr Jackman would be going home to Barbados at the end of the month.
And he said: “We wish him a safe journey home and all the best in his future endeavours.”
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