Police build links with fellow organisations

  • The recent Bermuda Reserve Police round table discussion held with the Royal Bermuda Regiment and St John Ambulance (Photograph supplied)

    The recent Bermuda Reserve Police round table discussion held with the Royal Bermuda Regiment and St John Ambulance (Photograph supplied)

  • Members of the Bermuda Reserve Police, the Royal Bermuda Regiment and St John Ambulance (Photograph supplied)

    Members of the Bermuda Reserve Police, the Royal Bermuda Regiment and St John Ambulance (Photograph supplied)


The Bermuda Reserve Police has strengthened ties with fellow voluntary organisations by hosting two round table discussions.

The round tables with the Royal Bermuda Regiment and St John Ambulance on February 3 and 4 provided an open forum for participants.

They discussed operation and life in each organisation, recruitment strategies, training initiatives, retention activities and strategic steps.

A spokesman for the Bermuda Reserve Police said: “With a better understanding of how each agency functions and with more insight into their operational processes, it was agreed that going forward the three organisations would each commit to the sharing of ideas, strategies and information.

“This was the first of what will be continued efforts to have combined organisational meetings, joint recruitment and training sessions and increased social interaction among the Bermuda Reserve Police, Royal Bermuda Regiment and St John Ambulance.”

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Published Feb 14, 2019 at 5:03 pm (Updated Feb 14, 2019 at 5:03 pm)

Police build links with fellow organisations

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