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Reserve police top officers sworn in

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Cannoth Roberts and Ron-Michel Davis have been sworn in as Commandant and Deputy Commandant of the Bermuda Reserve Police.

Mr Roberts was formerly Deputy Commandant, while Mr Davis had served as Reserve Police Chief Inspector.

Along with friends, family and colleagues, attendees included Governor George Fergusson, National Security Minister Michael Dunkley, Home Affairs Minister Michael Fahy, Commissioner of Police Michael DeSilva, Deputy Commissioner Mike Jackman, and Assistant Commissioners Paul Wright and Antoine Daniels.

(Photo by Akil Simmons) Supt Sean Field-Lament (left) along with Insp Troy Glasgow assist Cannoth Roberts as he assumes his new rank as Reserve Police Commandant.
(Photo by Akil Simmons) Former Police Reserve Yolanda Johnstone gives assistance to Chief Inspector Ron-Michel Davis as he becomes Reserve Deputy Commandant.

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Published March 08, 2014 at 8:00 am (Updated March 07, 2014 at 9:46 pm)

Reserve police top officers sworn in

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