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PLP congratulates police reserves chief

The Progressive Labour Party has congratulated Sandra Beach on her appointment as commandant designate of the Bermuda Police Reserves.

Commandant Beach is the first female to take on the role and has worked her way up the ranks — first joining the reserves in August 1995 and becoming superintendent in September 2004.

Walter Roban, the Shadow Minister of National Security, said: “On behalf of the Progressive Labour Party, I would like to congratulate Sandra Beach on her appointment to the position of commandant designate of the Bermuda Police Reserves.

“As the first woman to hold this position, she has achieved a historic milestone, and we commend her on this achievement.

“Her history of service to our community is well documented and we wish her well in this position.”

She will be formally sworn in during a change-of-command ceremony on October 8.

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Published August 07, 2015 at 12:27 pm (Updated August 07, 2015 at 1:06 pm)

PLP congratulates police reserves chief

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