Police sergeant claims Mirrors award
A police sergeant has been named volunteer of the year for a local youth charity.
Cerepha Bridgeman, who supervises the parish officers for the eastern and western parishes, collected the award from the Mirror’s Programme.
Sergeant Bridgeman has volunteered with the programme for the past ten years.
Kimberley Jackson, programme coordinator at Mirrors, said Sergeant Bridgeman was always willing to support her community.
Ms Jackson said: “She lives the work, she sees how this work can help her be a better person, which has allowed her to develop great self-confidence.
“This has also allowed her to explore how being vulnerable with herself and others will support her in connecting with her community on a deeper level.
“She is a reflection of integrity, matching her behaviour to her values, in all she does and says.”
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